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Workers Compensation Claims for Farm Laborer

In Glen Oaks Turf, Inc. v. Butler 191 Ga. App. 840, 383 S.E.2d 203 (1989), the Court of Appeals Addressed the issue of whether or not an employee was a farm laborer under the definition of the act and, as such, not entitled to workers’ compensation benefits.  The Court of Appeals reversed and found that it was undisputed that the claimant was engaged only in the business of farming and therefore was a farm laborer.  The Court of Appeals cited Larson’s on Workers’ Compensation, Section 53.33, Pages 9-205 (1986).

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