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Court Tosses Deputy's Award of Benefits for Injury From Security Guard Work

By WorkCompCentral

Monday, March 5, 2018 | 189 | 0 | 3 min read

A narrowly divided Arkansas Supreme Court ruled that sheriff’s deputy was not entitled to benefits from the grocery store where he suffered injuries while working part-time as a security guard. Case: Brookshire Grocery Co. v. Morgan, No. CV-17-576, 03/01/2018, published. Facts: Cleon Morgan Sr. worked as a Jefferson County deputy sheriff. After completing his first year of employment, he filed a request with the Sheriff’s Department to engage in off-duty security work. The department had a specific policy that limited deputies to working no more than 20 hours while off-duty. The...

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