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Underinsured Employer's Policy Didn't Cover Volunteer Worker's Injuries Caused by Coworker

Tuesday, May 19, 2015 | 0

The Alaska Supreme Court affirmed a lower court’s ruling that a volunteer worker who was assaulted by an employee was not covered under the employer's commercial liability insurance policy, which excluded workplace accidents. Case: Devine and Sindorf v. Great Divide Insurance Co., Chatari and Allen, S-15209, 05/15/2015, published.  Facts: Thomas Sindorf was an owner of a concrete business in the Kenai Peninsula. Paul Chatari also owned a concrete business, Complete Concrete, located in the same area. Both men had reserved a concrete-pumping truck on the same day, and ...

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