Riggs v. Old Republic Insurance Co.
The court affirmed a summary judgment for a workers' compensation insurer, finding that the decedent did not sustain a compensable injury when he fell from a sixth-floor window while on a business trip because he was intoxicated at the time of the fall.
workers' compensation, statutory construction, intoxication, compensable injury, course and scope, business trip, business travel
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