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Determining which carrier is liable for workers' compensation benefits when there are multiple carriers and multiple injuries for the same employee can be complicated. (Photo: Shutterstock))

The Delaware Supreme Court, affirming a trial court’s decision, has ruled that a company’s second workers’ compensation insurance carrier could be held liable for injuries to an employee sustained in two separate work accidents only when the employee’s condition had resulted from an accident that occurred while the second insurer’s policy was in effect.

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