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Workers' Comp – Arising Out Of – Lunch Break – Extended Premises – Personal Comfort Doctrine (access required)

An employee who was performing work for his employer on another company's premises and injured himself on the premises when jumping across railroad tracks on the way to a cafeteria, is entitled to compensation because the injury arose out of his employment through the personal comfort doctrine. Employee was unloading insulation for his employer at another ...

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