Workers' Compensation

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Kansas: Court of Appeals Errs in Finding Employee’s Claim Barred, as Matter of Law, by Going and Coming Rule
Posted on 13 Jun 2014 by Larson's Spotlight

Finding that the evidence on whether an injured employee was at work or leaving work at the time of his injury “was not amenable to only one factual finding,” the Supreme Court of Kansas held the state’s Court of Appeals erred when it... Read More

Kansas: Employee Fails to Prove Peanut Allergy Related to Her Employment
Posted on 5 Sep 2014 by Larson's Spotlight

A Kansas appellate court affirmed the denial of a worker’s claim that she had developed a peanut (or related) allergy while working at the employer’s candy factory, holding that the evidence supported the finding that she had failed to prove... Read More