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Ruling Exposes Employers with Fitness-for-Duty Requirements

  • State: Wisconsin
  • Topic: Top
A Wisconsin appellate court ruling in favor of an off-duty police officer who was injured doing pushups at home as he prepared for a work-required fitness test could open the door for future workers’ compensation cases involving injuries outside of the workplace, two workers’ compensatio…

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