Employers Should Consider ‘Increased Risk Test’ When Evaluating Workers’ Comp Benefits

October 14, 2010

  • October 14, 2010 at 3:11 am
    AZInsMan says:
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    Oh, come on! Since the employer required her to be at work each day by a certain time, i.e. 10:00 a.m., she was required to drive a car to work which also subjected her to potential injuries but those would not likely be considered a work comp claim?

    Since she was “required” to take a break, hell, that is UNION rules, not the employers’? So, should the Union be partially liable due to their negoatiation of the frequent breaks each day?

    I see liberal justices all over this case. What the hell is wrong with using her health insurance?

    The co-pays would cost her more and there would be no “pain and suffering” payment from the health insurer.

    Wonderful country we live in…

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