Worker's Stumble Didn't Come From 'Unusual or Extraordinary' Activity
Salt Lake City, UT (WorkersCompensation.com) – Examining steal beams might not be a part of everyday life, but according to a Utah court, walking backward while multitasking is.
As a result, in White v. Labor Commission, 2020 UT App 128 (Utah Ct. App. 09/11/20), the court denied benefits to a manufacturing worker after he aggravated a preexisting knee condition when stumbling over a six-inch block on the floor because the worker wasn’t involved in an “unusual or ...
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