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Supreme Court Adopts Traveling Employee Doctrine, Remands Case for Fact-Finding

Thursday, November 18, 2021 | 0

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court formally adopted the traveling employee doctrine and addressed its parameters before remanding a case for further factual findings on whether a salesman abandoned his work for the day before he was injured. Case: Peters v. WCAB (Cintas Corp.), No. 1 MAP 2020, 11/17/2021, published. Facts: Jonathan Peters worked for Cintas Corp. as a uniform salesman. His normal workweek required that he spend some time in the Cintas office in Allentown, but he spent the remainder of his time in the field. Peters spent a full day in the northern portion of his territo...

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