What Do You Think: Was Driver's Death While Crossing Street to Parking Lot Compensable?
Warwick, RI (WorkersCompensation.com) – Employees who drive have to park their cars for work, but when it comes to workers’ compensation, where they park them can make a big difference.
As a Rhode Island court had to recently consider, the going-and-coming rule might prevent an award of benefits if the employer does not own the lot, but exceptions may apply.
A driver for a rental car company died after being struck by a car while attempting to cross a road to get to where his ...
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