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CGL Carrier Owed No Coverage for Accident That Left Worker Quadriplegic

By WorkCompCentral

Friday, September 29, 2017 | 674 | 0 | 0 min read

The Georgia Court of Appeals ruled that a commercial general liability insurance carrier owed no coverage for an accident that left a tree service worker quadriplegic. Case: Tyson v. Scottsdale Indemnity Co., No. A17A1824, 09/27/2017, published. Facts: Hank Rowe owns and operates Shellmar Tree Service. Howard Tyson began working for Rowe in 2012, raking, piling limbs and cleaning up job sites after trees were taken down. Tyson did not work for Rowe full time; his hours varied depending on how much work Rowe had available. On Sept. 11, 2014, Rowe and Tyson traveled to Sea Island i...

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