The court considers that the man may demand insurance against accidents at work, since he technically traveled to work.
The employee lives in a two-story building. His workplace is located on the ground floor. As he descended the stairs from the second floor, the man slipped and fell. It turned out that he badly injured his back.
Interestingly, the court noted that the employee usually began working in his home office “right away, without having breakfast in advance,” but did not explain why this was relevant. Later it turned out that compulsory accident insurance, according to the law, is provided only for the “first” trip to work.