NJ Justices Weigh Scope Of Work Premises In Injury Case

Law360, New York (November 19, 2013, 9:38 PM EST) -- An attorney for Morris County, N.J., told the state’s Supreme Court on Tuesday that the county derived no economic benefit from offering parking to employees, and is not obligated to pay workers’ compensation to an employee injured while walking from the garage.

John R. Tort Jr. of Leitner Tort & DeFazio PC told New Jersey’s high court there was no economic benefit to Morris County in offering parking spaces in a private lot to its senior municipal employees. Morris County hopes to overturn a state Appellate...
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