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Court Upholds Ford's Statutory Employer Defense to Injured Security Guard's Lawsuit

By WorkCompCentral

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 | 511 | 0 | 0 min read

A Missouri appellate court ruled that a security guard was barred from bringing a personal injury action against the company that had hired her employer to provide security services, since she qualified as an employee of the company. Case: Kayden v. Ford Motor Co., No. WD80165, 09/19/2017, published. Facts: Helen Kayden worked for U.S. Security Associates as a private security guard. USSA had a contract to provide security services for a Ford assembly plant in Claycomo, Missouri. Kayden allegedly slipped and fell in the plant parking lot in March 2010. According to Kayden, Ford’s age...

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