Calcar Quarries v. Bledsoe, No. 93A-02-1004-EX-397, 2010 Ind. App. Unpub. LEXIS 1365 (Sept. 30, 2010)

(while defendant worked at plaintiff's farm, he was primarily employed as a worker at plaintiff's quarry as truck driver and rock crusher; defendant injured while working at plaintiff's farm when cow fell on him; defendant applied for workers' compensation benefits and plaintiff argued that defendant not entitled to coverage because he was exempt from coverage as an agricultural employee performing agricultural work; board determined that ag exemption did not apply and defendant entitled to benefits; court affirms board decision - defendant not employed in dual capacity, but was employed as worker at quarry and was paid accordingly; ag exemption inapplicable). 

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