Decisions of the Employees' Compensation Appeals Board, Svazky 22–23

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Strana 7 - If either of the foregoing methods of arriving at the annual average earnings of an injured employee cannot reasonably and fairly be applied, such annual earnings shall be such sum as, having regard to the previous earnings of the injured employee and of other employees of the same or most similar class working in the same or most similar employment in the same or neighboring locality...
Strana 132 - Relaxation beyond the confines of the ship is necessary if the work is to go on, more so that it may move smoothly. No master would take a crew to sea if he could not grant shore leave, and no crew would be taken if it could never obtain it. In short, shore leave is an elemental necessity in the sailing of ships, a part of the business as old as the art, not merely a personal diversion.
Strana 7 - ... shall be such sum as, having regard to the previous earnings of the injured employee and of other employees of the same or most similar class, working in the same or most similar employment in the same or neighboring locality, shall reasonably represent the annual earning capacity of the injured employee in the employment in which he was working at the time of the accident; 4.
Strana 132 - By adding this separation to the restrictions of living as well as working aboard, it forges dual and unique compulsions for seeking relief wherever it may be found. In sum, it is the ship's business Which subjects the seaman to the risks attending hours of relaxation in strange surroundings. Accordingly it is but reasonable that the business extend the same protections against injury from them as it gives for other risks of the employment.
Strana 56 - Recreational or social activities are within the course of employment when— "(a) They occur on the premises during a lunch or recreation period as a regular incident of the employment...
Strana 69 - It is the established rule in this jurisdiction that where the servant is combining his own business with that of his master, or attending to both at substantially the same time, no nice inquiry will be made as to which business the servant was actually engaged in when a third person was injured; but the master will be held responsible, unless it clearly appears that the servant could not have been directly or indirectly serving his master.
Strana 200 - If the trip to and from work is made in a truck, bus, car, or other vehicle under the control of the employer, an injury during that trip is incurred in the course of employment. The justification for this holding is that the employer has himself expanded the range of the employment and the attendant risks.
Strana 174 - An act prescribing the liability of an employer to make compensation for injuries received by an em-ployee in performing services arising out of and incidental to his employment in the course of his employer's trade, busi-ness or occupation...
Strana 347 - July 23, 1946. of three persons to be designated or appointed by the Federal Security Administrator with authority to hear and, subject to applicable law, make final decision on appeals taken from determinations and awards with respect to claims of employees of the Federal Government or of the District of Columbia, and pursuant to Agency order No. 58, the Federal Security Administrator established an Employees...
Strana 7 - Average annual earnings are determined as follows: (1) If the employee worked in the employment in which he was employed at the time of his injury during substantially the whole year immediately preceding the injury and the employment was in a position for which an annual rate of pay — (A) was fixed, the average annual earnings are the annual rate of pay ; or (B) was not fixed, the average annual earnings are the product obtained by multiplying his daily wage for the particular employment, or the...

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