Reitz, Diana
July 2012
Claims;Jul2012, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p13
The article looks at the possibility of applying workers' compensation (WC) coverage or employment practices liability to employment-related injury claims in the U.S. It explores the classifications of cases that involve emotional or mental injury (MI), in which WC compensation will apply. It also explains the differences in the policies of states with regards to MI claims.


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