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Going-And-Coming Rule Differs Among State Workers’ Comp Laws

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Employers generally are not liable for employees' injuries sustained during routine travel to and from their regular place of work. This so-called "going-and-coming rule" is commonly recognized by states in the Workers' Comp arena. As with any rule, there are exceptions, particularly if an employer has control over or directs an employee's going-and-coming mission. Employees will try novel arguments to claim the exception.

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