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Kentucky: Fall on Snow-covered Sidewalk Outside Employer’s Premises Found Compensable

The Supreme Court of Kentucky, citing one of its earlier decisions that extensively quoted Larson’s Workers’ Compensation Law regarding the going and coming rule, recently affirmed a decision by an ALJ, the Board, and the state’s Court of Appeals that a medical billing associate sustained...

Missouri: Parking Lot Injury Covered In Spite of Fact That Employer Did Not Own It

A Missouri appellate court affirmed an award of workers’ compensation benefits to an employee who sustained a severe knee injury when he slipped and fell on ice and snow in a parking lot near his employer’s premises. Acknowledging that the employer did not own the parking lot, the court nevertheless...

Indiana: Injured Employee May Not Sue Employer’s Corporate Parent

Where an employee working for a subsidiary of AT&T, Inc. tripped and fell over the snow-covered legs of a construction sign placed in a walkway adjacent to an ongoing construction project at the AT&T building in downtown Indianapolis, she could not maintain a tort action against another subsidiary...