Positional Risk Rule

Positional Risk Rule – this phrase refers to legal rule, applicable in Tort Law in some jurisdictions, which provides that the injury is considered as labor injury, if the concluded labor contract requested from the worker to be positioned at this time at the place, where he has been injured. For example, if you are a teacher and during classes the black board falls down and hurts your leg, while you were writing on the board, the positional risk rule applies.

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