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Flight Attendant's Fall Occurred on Airline Employer's 'Premises'

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, March 1, 2018 | 378 | 0 | 28 min read

The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania ruled that an airline was liable for the payment of workers’ compensation benefits to a flight attendant for her injuries in a fall while riding an airport shuttle bus. Case: US Airways v. WCAB (Bockelman), No. 612 C.D. 2017, 02/22/2018, published. Facts: Betty Bockelman worked for US Airways as a flight attendant, based out of Philadelphia. To get to work, Bockelman would drive her own vehicle to the airport and park in one of the designated employee lots. The lots were owned, operated and maintained by the City of Philadelphia’s Divi...

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