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‘Horseplay’ Rule Survives in Comp Cases (access required)

A restaurant employee who dislocated his shoulder when he raised his arm to ward off ice thrown by co-workers gets another chance for comp benefits, as the Supreme Court of Virginia says it did not “scuttle” the horseplay rule in a case decided in 2008. In cases surveyed by this court, for over 90 years, the ...

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