Hancock v. Industrial Commission - Arizona Supreme Court

Hancock v. Industrial Commission

By Arizona Supreme Court

  • Release Date - Published: 1957-04-02
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Arizona Supreme Court
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Petitioner in challenging the validity of the award relies upon the proposition that he was on a special mission for his employer and the injury is compensable under the principles announced by us in Cavness v. Industrial Commission, 74 Ariz. 27, 243 P.2d 459. The commission might well have found petitioner to be upon a dual purpose mission to spend the weekend with his family at Concho and secure the rope at St. Johns. Under such circumstances a test has been established to guide the commission in determining the fact of whether when injured on such a journey, the employee is in the course of his employment. Marks Dependents v. Gray, 251 N.Y. 90, 167 N.E. 181. The principles announced in that case have been approved by us. Butler v. Industrial Commission, 50 Ariz. 516, 73 P.2d 703. In the Marks case, Judge Cardozo said [251 N.Y. 90, 167 N.E. 182]:

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