Bradbury's Workmen's Compensation and State Insurance Law, Volume 1

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Banks Laws Publishing Company, 1914 - Employers' liability - 2476 pages
 

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Contents

ARTICLE CSPECIFIC PROVISIONS OF THE VARIOUS STATUTES
146
MANNER OF ELECTING TO OPERATE UNDER OR REJECTING OR OF BRINGING
207
CHAPTER V
300
ARTICLE BSPECIFIC PROVISIONS OF VARIOUS STATUTES
305
Iowa
311
CANADIAN WORKMENS COMPENSATION LAWS
314
Nevada
317
Oregon
324
Wisconsin
330
ARTICLE BWHAT IS AN INJURY OR AN ACCIDENTAL INJURY?
339
Injuries without external manifestation
350
Bends
351
Germ or poison entering system through break in skin
352
Skin affections from acids and other irritants
356
Contracting infectious and contagious diseases anthrax glanders
358
Diseases due to traumatism but without direct external in fection or contagion tuberculosis
359
Injuries from falls caused by fits vertigo or other like causes
360
Apoplexy
363
Sprains strains and ruptures
366
Inhalation of noxious gases
370
Pneumonia following exposure or traumatism
371
Lead poisoning
373
Copper poisoning
374
Sunstroke heat stroke and frostbite
375
Drowning
380
Insanity
384
Suicide due to mental condition caused by accident
385
Disability made more serious by illness or other contributory cause
391
Infections and other ailments contracted by reason of lowered vitality due to previous injuries
392
Condition due to medical treatment
394
Refusal of workman to permit operation to be performed
396
Vaccination by order of superior
397
Death not natural or probable consequence of injury
398
Going to and from place of employment
404
Seamen and mechanics getting on and off vessels
412
Workmen injured on employers premises before work begins after work ceases or during cessation of work
419
Working after regular hours of employment
437
Entering employers premises to apply for work
438
Returning to employers premises to secure tools
440
Injuries at meal time
444
Getting drink of water
450
Attending to call of nature
451
Workmen whose duties take them away from the employers premises
452
Volunteers acting without scope of authority
456
Going to portions of employers premises other than those necessarily used by the workman for his own convenience or pleasure
475
Serious and wilful misconduct
480
Alberta 1616
484
Disobedience of specific orders
493
Acting on unauthorized orders
500
Acting in an emergency
501
Saving life of another
505
Playing practical jokes
511
Bite of animal
512
Sting of insect
514
Seaman injured by explosion of gun
515
Drawing inferences from unexplained injuries
516
ARTICLE DSPECIFIC PROVISIONS OF VARIOUS COMPENSATION Acts
518
California
519
Illinois
520
CHAPTER VII
527
CHAPTER VIII
543
MEDICAL ATTENTION
549
ARTICLE CPERMANENT PARTIAL DISABILITY
653
ability and specific indemnity
654
Loss of several fingers consecutive payments for each or con current payments for all
655
Loss of use of fingers without amputation
656
Loss of toes
658
Loss of one eye
659
One eye so injured that both cannot be used
664
Removal of eye already blind
665
Injuries to legs
666
ARTICLE DTEMPORARY TOTAL DISABILITY
667
Heart trouble developing after injury
668
ARTICLE ETEMPORARY PARTIAL DISABILITY
670
Inability to obtain employment in district where workman lives
671
Wages and compensation after accident need not equal wages before injury
672
Wages and compensation in excess of wages before accident
673
Clumsiness due to injury as ground of incapacity
674
Recurrent attacks of industrial disease
675
ARTICLE FMISCELLANEOUS CASES
676
CHAPTER XIII
729
ARTICLE BSPECIFIC PROVISIONS OF VARIOUS STATUTES WITH
746
Maryland
752
New Jersey
758
Wisconsin
764
NOTICES OF INJURIES AND OF CLAIMS FOR COMPENSATION
766
CHAPTER XV
790
ARTICLE BDIGESTS OF VARIOUS STATUTES WITH NOTES
806
Connecticut
814
Iowa
834
Michigan
842
Minnesota
856
Nebraska
863
CHAPTER XVI
892
CHAPTER XVII
901
ARTICLE BSPECIFIC PROVISIONS OF VARIOUS STATUTES
921
CHAPTER XIX
934
CHAPTER XX
940
CHAPTER XXI
951
CHAPTER XXII
958
ARTICLE BSPECIFIC PROVISIONS OF VARIOUS STATUTES
962
Iowa
969
Minnesota
976
Ohio
983
CHAPTER XXIII
990
Who is an artisan or laborer?
998
Who is not an artisan or laborer?
999
Piece workers
1001
Independent contractor
1003
Negligence or misconduct
1004
Acts not negligent compensation granted
1010
Acts held to be negligent compensation refused
1024
Contributing cause of disability
1030
Injury definition of
1031
Injuries before act passed
1032
Successive claims
1033
Wages as basis of compensation
1034
Dependents
1035
Filing claim
1042
Resignation of employé after injury
1046
Medical examination
1047
Physicians certificate
1048
ARTICLE B_TEXT OF FEDERAL ACTS
1049

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Page 400 - out of' the employment, when there is apparent to the rational mind upon consideration of all the circumstances, a causal connection between the conditions under which the work is required to be performed and the resulting injury.
Page 698 - The loss of the first phalange of the thumb, or of any finger, shall be considered to be equal to the loss of onehalf of such thumb, or finger, and compensation shall be one-half the amounts above specified.
Page 195 - A minor working at an age legally permitted under the laws of this state shall be deemed sui juris for the purpose of this act, and no other person shall have any cause of action or right to compensation for an injury to such minor workman except as expressly provided in this act, but...
Page 628 - If the employee leaves dependents only partly dependent upon his earnings for support at the time of his injury, the weekly compensation to be paid as aforesaid shall be equal to the same proportion of the weekly payments for the benefit of persons wholly dependent as the amount contributed by the employee to such partial dependents bears to the annual earnings of the deceased at the time of his injury.
Page 685 - In determining the percentages of permanent disability, account shall be taken of the nature of the physical injury or disfigurement, the occupation of the injured employee, and his age at the time of such injury, consideration being given to the diminished ability of such injured employee to compete in an open labor market.
Page 555 - The employee shall not be entitled to recover any amount expended by him for such treatment or services unless he shall have requested the employer to furnish the same and the employer shall have refused or neglected to do so...
Page 400 - It must be incidental to the character of the business, and not independent of the relation of master and servant. It need not have been foreseen or expected, but after the event, it must appear to have had its origin in a risk connected with the employment, and to have flowed from that source as a rational consequence.
Page 92 - Be it therefore enacted, that whensoever the death of a person shall be caused by wrongful act, neglect or default, and the act, neglect or default is such as would (if death had not ensued) have entitled the party injured to maintain an action and recover damages in respect thereof...
Page 593 - A child or children under the age of eighteen years (or over said age, but physically or mentally incapacitated from earning) upon the parent with whom he or they are living at the time of the death of such parent, there being no surviving dependent parent.
Page 167 - ... in the usual course of the trade, business, profession, or occupation of his employer.

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