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Allegedly Injured Worker Fails to Prove Employment Relationship

Tuesday, June 30, 2020 | 176 | 0 | 4 min read

The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled that a worker is not entitled to benefits because he failed to prove he had an employer-employee relationship with a subcontractor on a construction project. Case: Aboytes-Mosqueda v. LFA Inc., No. S-19-967, 06/26/2020, published. Facts: In June 2018, a homeowner hired Hometown Roofing Inc. Hometown subcontracted the job to LFA Inc. According to LFA’s owner, the company frequently does work contracted by Hometown and generally receives payment by check. LFA pays a set amount to a roofing crew based on the square footage of the roof. Members ...

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