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No Benefits for Widow of Traveling Employee Killed While Christmas Shopping

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, October 5, 2017 | 326 | 0 | 0 min read

The Oregon Court of Appeals denied a widow’s claim for benefits for the death of a traveling employee who was killed while going Christmas shopping after he finished work for the day. Case: Beaudry v. SAIF Corp., No. 477, 10/04/2017, published. Facts: William Beaudry II’s employer sent him to Newport, Oregon, in 2013 for a two-week project installing pilings. The employer paid for Beaudry’s hotel room in Newport, as well as his travel expenses. The employer also allowed Beaudry and his colleagues to use company vehicles for personal travel, and it paid for gasoline for per...

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