Peterson V. Industrial Commission - Arizona Court of Appeals

Peterson V. Industrial Commission

By Arizona Court of Appeals

  • Release Date - Published: 1971-11-22
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Arizona Court of Appeals
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Peterson V. Industrial Commission Arizona Court of Appeals read online review & book description:

Decedent was employed by the respondent employer, a feed miller and supplier, in Willcox, Arizona. On 25 November 1969 he was dispatched to Patagonia, Arizona, to sell feed to farmers and ranchers in that area. He telephoned his office that evening requesting a price quotation and indicated that he would stay overnight in Patagonia to contact prospective buyers he had been unable to see that day. His employer testified that such overnight stays were not unusual during certain seasons of the year. On such occasions decedent was reimbursed for his expenses incurred in lodging, travel and meals in addition to a monthly salary. He did not receive commissions on his sales.

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