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Virginia: Employee’s Injury Crossing Street from Parking Lot Not Compensable
Posted on 27 Oct 2017 by Thomas A. Robinson

Where a claimant’s injury occurred on a public street as she crossed from one of several parking lots provided by the employer to her workplace, her injuries did not arise out of and in the course of her employment, held a state appellate court... Read More

New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Trends for 2016
Posted on 16 Nov 2016 by LexisNexis Workers' Comp Law Newsroom Staff

By Richard B. Rubenstein, Esq. Assembly Bill 3401, signed into law on November 14, 2016, mandates that workers’ compensation carriers and third-party administrators adopt a method for processing electronic bills for medical treatment rendered... Read More

Oregon: Physician’s Injuries in Hospital Parking Lot Not Barred by Going and Coming Rule
Posted on 27 Apr 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

An injury that occurs when a worker is going to work is compensable if the worker is within the employer's direction and control at the time of the injury; it is not barred by the usual “going and coming” rule, said an Oregon appellate... Read More

Two Out of Three Ain't Bad-- A Little Ditty about Course and Scope in Delaware
Posted on 8 Jul 2011 by Cassandra Roberts

Last month must have been course and scope month at the IAB. Three recent releases from the IAB all discuss the issue of course and scope, specifically the "going and coming rule". I myself took a little trip down to Baltimore two nights ago... Read More