workmen's compensation

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see workers' compensationworkers' compensation,
payment by employers for some part of the cost of injuries, or in some cases of occupational diseases, received by employees in the course of their work.
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The movement to enact workmen's compensation legislation arose out of a law of employers' liability that had become "`choked and crippled with exceptions'"(90) and that workers, reformers, and employers alike had come to see as unworkable.
said his company is continually reported as a safe company, and yet it still costs the company $4 to $5 an hour, per employee, for workmen's compensation.
Patterson, a former director of the state Department of Human Services, warns that an "astronomical rise" in workmen's compensation rates could "severely limit" economic development.
These strategic initiatives significantly reduce our debt, eliminate our need for providing workmen's compensation policies, and make our earnings stream more predictable.
We hope the bill gets packaged with the workmens' compensation bill, because it really is workmen's compensation reform.
You'll need workmen's compensation and malpractice insurance as well as surety bonds.
In turn, the price of workmen's compensation claims has risen, leading to higher insurance premiums.
He liked to collect curses, a favorite being one he found in South Miami Beach, ``May you have an injury that is not covered by workmen's compensation.
Only in the case of workmen's compensation, rather than unemployment benefits, old age pensions, health insurance, or protective labor legislation for male workers, did these reformers have any success.
The case involved PEGI which created a plan by which fast food restaurant chain franchises would save money through national workmen's compensation insurance programs.
There are 91 safety groups active in the State Insurance Fund, which was established in 1914 with the enactment of the Workmen's Compensation Act.
Harris already is considering one change, giving pharmacists a Medicaid-like fee for dispensing medications rather than saying workmen's compensation prescriptions must be filled at cost.