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Rosasco v. West Knoxville Painters, LLC

Court: Tennessee Supreme Court

Docket: E2020-01656-SC-R3-WC

Opinion Date: November 18, 2021

Judge: Acree

Areas of Law: Labor & Employment Law, Personal Injury

The Supreme Court affirmed the judgment of the court of workers’ compensation claims determining that Employee’s workplace injury did not arise primarily out of and in the course and scope of his employment and granting summary judgment for Employer, holding that the court of workers’ compensation claims property granted summary judgment for Employer.

Employee was painting the exterior of a house a house while working for Employer on a windy day when he took a break from painting. At one point, he used a portable restroom, not obtained by Employer, located on the street and was struck by a dead tree that had fallen. Employer denied Employee workers’ compensation, finding that Employee’s injury resulted from an “act of God” and did not arise primarily out of his employment. The Supreme Court affirmed, holding that the court of workers’ compensation claims properly determined that Employee’s injuries did not arise primarily out of his employment.

This case law update is brought to you by Freeway Law auto accident and personal injury lawyers in Orange County. The following is not one of our cases, but it is of some significance, and we thought we should share it with our readers for informational purposes. The information above is for informational purposes only and not to be construed as legal advice.

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