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No Unemployment Benefits for Worker Fired for Failing Post-Accident Drug Test

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, November 2, 2017 | 228 | 0 | 0 min read

The Oregon Court of Appeals upheld the denial of unemployment benefits to a worker who was fired for failing a drug test after he was involved in an on-the-job car accident. Case: Bibolet v. Employment Department, No. 522, 11/01/2017, published. Facts: Eric Bibolet worked for Comcast Cable. After he was involved in an on-the-job car accident, his employer required him to submit to a drug test. Bibolet testified positive for marijuana, and Comcast fired him. Bibolet then filed a claim for unemployment benefits. Procedural history: The Oregon Employment Department denied Bibolet’s...

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