To prove that an employee is exempt from workers' compensation coverage under C.G.S. §31-275(9)(B)(ii) as a casual employee, a respondent must establish that "the claimant's employment was not frequent or systematic and that it was not for the purposes of the respondent's trade or business," as explained in the 2006 Compensation Review Board decision in Mangual v. Andrew LeBlanc d/b/a/ Express Tiles.
Duarte v. Franstel of CT Corporation
Compensation Review Board
December 24, 2012
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