Md. appeals court sets workers’ comp standard for home offices

In a landmark ruling for telecommuters, Maryland’s second-highest court has held that employees injured while leaving their “home office” for a work-related site may qualify for workers’ compensation if working from home is necessary for their employment and is not just personally convenient. In its reported 3-0 decision, the Court of Special Appeals said judges and ...

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