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Man Injured During Pre-Employment Test Could Not Receive Workers’ Comp, Oregon Supreme Court Decides

Apr 23, 2019

The Supreme Court of Oregon has ruled that the definition of “worker” in the state’s workers’ compensation law does not encompass a claimant injured during a pre-employment driving test.

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