What Do You Think: Was Judicial Assistant on State Premises when she Fell on State-Owned Street?
One question that can make or break a workers’ compensation claim, depending on the circumstances, is whether the worker was on the employer’s premises when the injury occurred.
That question recently came up in a Delaware case.
A judicial assistant for a state court parked on the street near the courthouse 10 minutes before her shift began. She left her car, walked behind it, and stepped onto the grass between the sidewalk and the street. The judicial assistant fell as a sinkhole ...
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