MO: Supreme Court to Address "Equal Exposure" Defense

When is an accident not compensable because an injured worker was equally exposed to the hazard or risk outside of and unrelated to the employment? The issue will now go to the Missouri Supreme Court, based on a recent transfer by the Eastern District in Sandy Johme v St. John's Mercy Healthcare...

MO: Supreme Court to Address "Equal Exposure" Defense

When is an accident not compensable because an injured worker was equally exposed to the hazard or risk outside of and unrelated to the employment? The issue will now go to the Missouri Supreme Court, based on a recent transfer by the Eastern District in Sandy Johme v St. John's Mercy Healthcare...

MO: Is falling on the employer’s lot in the morning enough to obtain benefits?

The recent Commission case Lantie Wilson v Buchanan County , Oct. 14, 2011, 2011 Mo WCLR Lexis 206, involved a claimant who fell on the employer's lot reporting to work. The Commission affirmed an award of benefits and concluded that there was no need to even consider if claimant had equal exposure...