Worker's Parking Lot Fall Merits Compensation in Spite of Employer's Warning
Neptune, NJ (WorkersCompensation.com) -- Although an employer told employees not to park in a particular part of its parking lot, that did not stop one employee from doing so and, in the process, experiencing an injury.
Nonetheless, the court in Walker v. Saker Shop-Rite, No A-2770-19 (N.J. Super. Ct. App. Div. 09/07/21, unpublished) determined that the employee's injury was compensable because the store had control over the lot where the worker's injury occurred.
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