special mission exception

Definition of "special mission exception"
  1. An allowance in workers' compensation law allowing an employee to claim benefits if they were injured while going to or coming from work while fulfilling a task or errand that was either part of their typical duties or was asked by their employer, forming a part of their job's scope
How to use "special mission exception" in a sentence
  1. After falling on a slippery sidewalk while delivering company documents to a partner firm, the employee was able to file a successful claim under the special mission exception.
  2. The special mission exception allows for the compensation of a mechanic who got injured on the way to a client's location for a site-specific repair work.
  3. The gardener broke his arm while on route to purchase new plants at the employer's request, making him eligible for a claim under the special mission exception.

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