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Accident Crossing Busy Street To Work Site Is Compensable Where County Paid For Parking And Designated Parking Spot

By on July 30, 2012 in Compensability with 2 Comments

In Hersh v. County of Morris, A-1442-10T4 (App. Div. July 24, 2012), the Appellate Division affirmed an award for claimant,Cheryl Hersh, who worked for Morris County.  For the first two years she worked for the County beginning in 2002, the County paid for parking at a private lot located behind her work site at the […]

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Owner Of Restaurant Who Left Home Earlier Than Usual For Meeting Was Not Covered In Accident On Way To Work

By on October 25, 2011 in Compensability with 0 Comments

Since the legislative change in 1979 to substitute a premises rule for the going-and-coming rule, there have been many attempts to expand the “special mission” exception.  The general rule is that only injuries on employer-owned or maintained premises are covered.  One big exception involves injuries that emanate from the performance of special missions.  That latest […]

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