Employment Law

Workers’ Compensation Law

What is considered a work-related injury?

An employee’s injury is covered by workers’ compensation if the injury arises out of employment and is in the course of the employment relationship. If the injury meets these two criteria—(1) arising out of and (2) in the course of—then the employee can receive worker compensation benefits even if the employer was not negligent.


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