24.29.711 STATUS OF CERTAIN PERSONAL ASSISTANTS FOR THE PURPOSE OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAWS
(1) For the purposes of workers' compensation and occupational disease laws, a person with a disability who receives services of a personal assistant or an immediately involved representative of the disabled person, such as a parent or guardian, is not the employer of the personal assistant despite the exercise of control over the selection, management and supervision of the personal assistant if:
(a) the personal assistant is providing services to the disabled person pursuant to 53-6-145 , MCA, and rules adopted by the department of public health and human services implementing that statute; and
(b) the personal assistant is the employee of another person or entity that has the right to exercise an employer's control over the personal assistant, including the right to discipline and terminate employment.
History: 53-6-145, MCA; IMP, 53-6-145, MCA; NEW, 1995 MAR p. 2145, Eff. 10/13/95.