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Workers' Comp – Company Dinner – Intoxication – Loss Of Consciousness – Unable T — Resume Employment – Skull Fracture (access required)

Where claimant became intoxicated at a restaurant during and after a company dinner, lost consciousness, and awoke the next day in another employee's car with a skull fracture, the evidence supported the denial of benefits because claimant became intoxicated voluntarily and had removed himself from employee status by the time he left the restaurant. The commission ...

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