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Compulsion Versus Permission in Workers’ Compensation

By on January 26, 2018 in Compensability with 0 Comments
Compulsion Versus Permission in Workers’ Compensation

“If you require it, you buy it.”  So said the Honorable Ray A. Farrington, former Supervising Judge of Compensation in Hackensack in reference to situations where an employer required an employee to perform a task that would otherwise be clearly not work related.  The concept of compulsion is an important one to understand in the […]

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