Off-The-Clock Injury Was Work-Related

In the workplace, ownership and control of premises determines relation to work, which does not exclude events off the clock, and claimant was on her way to clock in. An employer’s slippery floor was not “a hazard or risk unrelated to the employment to which workers would have been equally exposed outside of and unrelated to the employment in normal non-employment life.” The slippery floor was not excluded from coverage.

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