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Worker Can't Bring Tort Claim Against Employer for Day-Off Workplace Fall

By WorkCompCentral

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 | 178 | 0 | 0 min read

A Louisiana appellate court ruled that a restaurant employee could not bring a tort claim against her employer for her injuries from a fall that occurred when she went into her workplace on her day off to address a problem with the ice machine. Case: Beasley v. Nezi, No. 2016 CA 1080, 09/08/2017, published. Facts: Joycelyn Beasley allegedly suffered injuries in a fall at a Subway restaurant in Baker, Louisiana. Beasley worked for Subway as a store manager, primarily at the Baker location. The day of her alleged fall was a day she was not scheduled to work, but she said an employee had ...

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