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Matter of Rosenwasser v. Lanes Lake Success – Case Brief Summary (New York)

In Matter of Rosenwasser v. Lanes Lake Success (9 AD2d 1001, 195 N.Y.S.2d 74 [3d Dept 1959]), the plaintiff slipped and fell in a parking lot not owned by her employer or on her employer's premises.

However, employees arriving by the bus were required by the employer to cross the parking lot to reach the business' rear door.

The Third Department found this was compensable under workers' compensation as part of the ingress and egress to employment.