No liability if teleworker is injured by a criminal.

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Carol and Crystal both worked at their home offices for the same company. When Crystal visited Carol's home for dinner one night, Carol's relative fired a gun at the group, killing Crystal. Crystal's estate sued the company. The court dismissed the case, saying the employer didn't have any control over (or liability for) the remote workplace. (Colonial Van v. Fresno...

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