Business Insurance reports that the self-insured city of
Peabody sought to deny the teacher benefits for a 2004 shoulder injury, arguing
it occurred while she voluntarily participated in a recreational activity,
court records show. However, the high court upheld a Department of Industrial
Accidents finding that the recreational aspect of serving as a chaperone was
incidental to the teacher’s duties of monitoring student safety.
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