Anderson, Maxine
August 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Aug73, Vol. 96 Issue 8, p77
Academic Journal
Discusses the enactment of the broad accident compensation law in New Zealand. Key provisions; Coverage for work-related diseases; Payment for compensation for wage loss from a work injury; Funeral expenses; Medical care; Provisions for no-fault insurance.


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