Rest Area Worker Blinded By Co-Worker Denied Workers' Comp Benefits
Alexandria, VA (WorkersCompensation.com) - A Virginia rest area worker blinded by a former co-worker is not entitled to workers’ compensation, a Virginia appellate court has determined.
The decision came from the Virginia Court of Appeals last week in King v. DTH Contract Services, Inc., when judges affirmed the decision by the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission’s ruling that the nature of the worker’s job and the job’s environment did not “increase ...
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