We know that for a injury to be compensable, it must meet three criteria. Review the story below and tell me how

We know that for a injury to be compensable, it must meet three criteria. Review the story below and tell me how Mr. Haskett’s case turned out. Did you agree with the judge’s decision and why did you agree or disagree?Nigel Haskett, 21 at the time he was shot, is or was an employee of a McDonald’s franchise in Little Rock, Arkansas. On August 26, 2008, Haskett physically restrained a man and expelled him from the restaurant to end his battery of a female patron. Perry Kennon, the alleged attacker, went to his car, retrieved a gun and shot Haskett several times as he stood in front of the door to prevent Kennon’s re­ entry. Police and the public have hailed Haskett’s actions as heroic.


QUESTION 1
1.
Injuries which occur while driving to and from work are generally not compensable unless the
employee is on the employer’s premises.
True
False
QUESTION 2
1.
Tennessee’s Supreme Court provided some relevant guidance regarding the
comparability’s of stressrelated injury inits March 2007 Lane v. City of Cookeville ruling. What did that guidance
tell us?
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QUESTION 3
1.
Horseplay Injures are generally covered by
workers compensation. However, the employer must have failed to do two
things, what are those things?
QUESTION 4
1.
We know that for a injury to be compensable, it must meet three criteria. Review the story
below and tell me how Mr. Haskett’s case turned out. Did you agree with the judge’s
decision and why did you agree or disagree?
Nigel Haskett, 21 at the time he was shot, is or was an employee of a McDonald’s franchise in
Little Rock, Arkansas. On August 26, 2008, Haskett physically restrained a man and expelled him
from the restaurant to end his battery of a female patron. Perry Kennon, the alleged attacker,
went to his car, retrieved a gun and shot Haskett several times as he stood in front of the door
to prevent Kennon’s re entry. Police and the public have hailed Haskett’s actions as heroic.
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QUESTION 5
1.
The use of contract employees are becoming a bigger issue with employers today
because of the legal requirement of who’s a contractor and who’s an employee. If
the employer mis-classifies a employee as a contract they are subject to big
fines.
Provide four examples of how an employer can make sure that the employee is
really a contract employee instead of a regular employee.
Employers are legally responsible for differentiating employees of a company from individuals who are
contacted for work. If an Employer mis-classifies an employee as a contracted worker, the employer can be
subject to large fines.
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QUESTION 6
1.
For a accident to be considered compensable, it must meet three criteria. Those criteria are?
QUESTION 7
1.
Medicine and the Courts
Classifying illness as an occupational disease making it compensable under workers’
compensation requires the combination of three things. Those three things would be?
QUESTION 8
1.
If an employee is injured while working in the state of Missouri, they have the
option of choosing their own doctor.
True
False
QUESTION 9
1.
The Missouri workers compensation law help take away what three defenses used by
employers against employees?
QUESTION 10
1.
General Industry employers must have how many workers before they need workers compensation
insurance? Construction employers must have how many before coverage is required?
General Industry – 1
Construction Industry – 5
General Industry – 5
Construction Industry – 1
General Industry >25
Construction Industry
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