Workmen's Compensation: Administration and Provisions

Johnson, Florence C.
December 1967
Monthly Labor Review;Dec67, Vol. 90 Issue 12, p29
Academic Journal
Discusses the administration and provisions of workers' compensation in the United States as of December 1967. Increase in cash benefits; Improvement in medical and rehabilitation provisions; Liberalization of time limits for filling occupational disease claims; Extension of coverage to additional occupational occupations or groups of workers.


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