Injury on Snack Break May Not Be Covered by Workers' Compensation

According to a recent workers' comp ruling by the Arkansas Court of Appeals, there are certain situations when an employee who is injured during work hours may not be eligible for benefits. Although the case does not directly impact Alabama workers, it could show a trend toward limitation of workers' compensation benefits.

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