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PUBLISHED BY Arlati Ghislandi
Accident during the journey between home and workplace, evidence to the worker

The recent ruling of the Court of Cassation established that the evidence for a compensation in case of accident during the journey between home and the workplace is to be given exclusively by the worker.

Indeed, the current legislation concerning the compensation of an accident during the journey between home and workplace, provides that not always, the accident that has occurred using a private car, can receive compensation by Inail.

Therefore the worker has to demonstrate that, the usage of the own private car is needed as there is no other less risky solution, for example the usage of public transport, which would involve  a lower road risk.

Such evidence must not be given by way of presumption but the workers will have to indicate and enclose, under penalty of expiration, every means of evidence they intend to make use of.