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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Saab v. MASSACHUSETTS CVS PHARMACY, LLC.

... See McCarty's Case, 445 Mass. 361, 369 (2005) (Sosman, J., concurring) ("Protecting the injured worker from the sudden loss of that cash income ... is the goal of the workers' compensation scheme"); Correia v. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., 388 Mass. ...

Lev v. Beverly Enterprises-Massachusetts, Inc.

... 659, 667 (1975), which established the exception to the "going and coming" rule for traveling workers, "involved worker's compensation analysis, not imputed tort liability under respondeat superior principles." More recently, we have stated that "[t]he `course of employment' test ...

Haslam's Case

... was not mandatory, and [the employee] testified that he could have left at anytime." See 1 A. Larson, Workers' Compensation Law § 13.01[1] (2007) (workers' compensation not intended to protect against all perils of worker's journey between home and place of employment). ...