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South Carolina: Recreation Superintendent’s Accident Retrieving Keys Did Not Arise Out of and In the Course of Employment
Posted on 2 Jan 2016 by Larson's Spotlight

A South Carolina appellate court affirmed a decision by the state’s Appellate Panel that a former Superintendent of the Parks and Recreation Department for the City of Spartanburg was not in the course and scope of his employment when he was killed... Read More

Louisiana: Bonuses Paid at Start and Finish of Out-of-State Work Did Not Turn Travel Into Employment Activity
Posted on 22 Jan 2016 by Larson's Spotlight

A Louisiana appellate court affirmed summary judgment in favor of a defendant employer whose employee rear-ended a van, killing the van’s driver and causing catastrophic injuries to the plaintiff who was a passenger in the van. At the time of the... Read More

Texas: Traveling Employee’s Fatal Car Accident Was Not Within Course and Scope of Employment
Posted on 13 Nov 2015 by Larson's Spotlight

An employee who traveled from his home base in North Carolina to Dallas, Texas on a business trip did not sustain injuries arising out of and in the course of his employment when he was involved in an automobile accident as he made his way to meet his... Read More

California: Entire Air Force Base is Employer’s “Premises” for Purposes of Going and Coming Rule
Posted on 9 Jan 2015 by Larson's Spotlight

A California appellate court held that in as much as a civilian employee worked at a U.S. Air Force base and often traveled to multiple locations throughout the base to perform his work for the employer, the entire base constituted the employer’s... Read More