Claimant appealed from the denial of workers’ compensation benefits, which she sought after suffering a fall at work when she slipped on her school’s linoleum floor.
Where claimant failed to show a particularly hazardous condition of the floor, her inability to show that the risk of walking into the school was greater than the risk of walking elsewhere outside of her employment was fatal to her claim for worker’s compensation benefits.
Judgment is affirmed.
Annayeva v. SAB of the TSD of the City of St. Louis (MLW No. 74712/Case No. SC97913 – 8 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Fischer, J.) Appealed from the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission (Deal L. Christianson, St. Louis, for appellant) (Matthew D. Leonard, St. Louis, and Caroline Bean and David L. McCain, Jefferson City, for respondents)