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Enna v. Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom

Enna v. Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, IAB Hearing No. 1243136 (May 3, 2004)

An associate attorney at a law firm who was struck by a vehicle while engaged in a mid-day walk was deemed outside the course and scope of his employment. The Board rejected the argument that the employee had a semi-fixed place of employment, and held that the walk was not reasonably related to business activity.

Armstead v. Delaware Claims Processing Facility

Armstead v. Delaware Claims Processing Facility, IAB No. 1383199 (Order) (Dec. 5, 2012)

Slip and Fall in landlord's valet parking driveway is part of a tenant employer's premises for compensation purposes.

Claimant was injured while walking across a semi-circular parking apron (driveway) adjacent to a public street. Claimant slipped and fell on the asphalt of the driveway on her way into work. The driveway was owned and maintained by the owner of the building, the Employer was a tenant in that building.

Minion v. Felton Mills & Atlas Van Lines

Minion v. Felton Mills & Atlas Van Lines, IAB Hearing No. 1421868 & 1418086 (August 4, 2015)

The Board holds that a claimant injured during an assault by a co-worker at a job site was within the course and scope of his employment.

The claimant, Phil A. Minion, filed a Petition to Determine Compensation Due, alleging that he was assaulted by a co-worker, Mr. Alan Foote, in the course and scope of his employment. The employer argued that the assault was due to personal animus and was not reasonably related to his employment.


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