What Do You Think: Was Volunteer Status Enough to Avoid Insurance Exclusion?
How much evidence does it take to convince a court that volunteer who shows up for work a couple of times isn’t an employee for purposes of an insurance contract?
A Pennsylvania court recently tackled that issue.
A construction company held an insurance policy that had exclusions for workers’ compensation benefits and liability for employees’ bodily injuries in the job.
A worker on a construction project volunteered for the company and experienced an injury on the job. ...
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