POSITIONAL-RISK DOCTRINE

POSITIONAL-RISK DOCTRINE

positional-risk doctrine. The principle by which the workers’-compensation requirement that the injury arise out of employment is satisfied if the injured worker’s employment required the worker to be at the place where the injury occurred at the time it occurred. ¡ª Also termed positional risk analysis; positional risk test.
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