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Tag Archives: Course and Scope of Employment

EMPLOYEE HURT AT AN EMPLOYER’S PARTY IS NOT ENTITLED TO WORKERS COMP

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

In previous articles we have discussed the requirement that employees must be within the course and scope of their employment when injured in order to get workers compensation benefits. In a recent case in the Commonwealth Court, the Court held that an employee hurt at an employer’s party is not entitled to workers comp…. Read More »

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Police Officers and Off the Job Injuries

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

Police Officers Are Entitled To Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Benefits When Injured From Exercising or Working Out Off the Job Posted by Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. in Workers’ Compensation, Helpful Information, and Heart and Lung Blog on November 5, 2014 Police officers often are required to meet certain physical requirements as part of their job… Read More »

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The Going and Coming Rule

By Ira H. Weinstock, P.C. |

The Going and Coming Rule and Work Related Injuries that Occur Outside of Work Generally, under the “going and coming rule,” injuries sustained while an employee is traveling to and from his place of employment are considered outside the course and scope of employment and are, therefore, not compensable under the Workers’ Compensation Act…. Read More »

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