In Adrian Langford v. Shaner Operating Corp and Shaner Hotel Group, the claimant was injured when walking to work. They put in a claim for workers’ compensation but the employer denied the claim, citing the going and coming rule.
The claimant suggested that the small curb and sidewalk were a hazard, but the JCC determined that this had no effect on the accident that had occurred. The area of the accident was a public area and it was determined that the employer was not responsible for compensation of the accident.
Claim for compensation DENIED
Attorney fees DENIED