Also mentioned in Guild was Appeal Division Decision #95-0194, Begg v. Walsh, which involved a self-employed plumbing contractor who was involved in an accident when, during his vacation, he decided to drop off a company truck at a dealership. In finding that the plaintiff’s injuries arose out of and in the course of his employment, the panel reasoned that the plaintiff became temporarily involved in his employment by delivering a company asset to the dealership during his vacation.
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