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Kansas: Roofer Struck by Drunk Driver at 2:20 A.M. While Walking to Hotel Cannot Recover Benefits
Posted on 15 Jun 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

A Kansas roofer, who worked as part of a construction crew in Enid, Oklahoma, who stayed in a hotel there will he and others performed their roofing services and who was struck by a drunk driver as he crossed a street at 2:20 a.m. from a bar so as to... Read More

Ohio: Flight Attendant Does Not Recover Benefits for Layover Injury
Posted on 5 Jan 2018 by Thomas A. Robinson

An airline flight attendant, who was based in Ohio, did not sustain an injury arising out of and in the course of her employment when, during a layover, she fell on a public sidewalk in New York City as she returned to an inn after walking to a nearby... Read More

Georgia: Provision of Motel Room Over a Week-End Did Not Create “Continuous Employment” Scenario
Posted on 17 Mar 2017 by Thomas A. Robinson

A Georgia appellate court, in a divided decision, reversed a trial court’s determination that a worker was a “continuous employee” and, accordingly, was due workers’ compensation benefits for an injury sustained on a Sunday afternoon... Read More