What Qualifies As An On-the-job Injury?

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Generally speaking, an accident or an occupational injury must arise out of and in the course of employment. This means that the accident, or the occupational injury, must have occurred while on the job and that the cause of the accident was somehow work-related. Since not all cases and circumstances are quite clear, in some cases we need to examine the facts to determine whether the accident or the occupational injury actually occurred while in the course of employment and that it was related to the employment.

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