Injuries Arising "Out of" an Employment - An employee's duties take him into the streets where he is injured by being run into by an automobile or other vehicle; has he ground for recovery of compensation under the usual WOltM4a,'eS COMPENSATION AcT providing for an award for injuries "arising out of and in the course of his employment"? Since he was in the street in pursuance of his duties and not in going to or from work, it is clear that the injury was one arising in the "course of" the employment. But did it arise "out of' the employment?
Ralph W. Aigler, John B. Waite, Evans Holbrook & John R. Rood,
Note and Comment,
Mich. L. Rev.
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