Workers' Compensation Acts

Definition of "Workers' Compensation Acts"
  1. State laws requiring that employers buy insurance to safeguard their employees and set employer liabilities for on-the-job injuries or job-related illnesses. This compensation includes enduring injuries, wage loss, medical costs, and retraining expenses
How to use "Workers' Compensation Acts" in a sentence
  1. The Workers' Compensation Acts ensured that Susan received medical coverage for her on-job injury.
  2. John's employer is liable for providing compensation for his training costs under the Workers' Compensation Acts.
  3. The Workers' Compensation Acts protect employees like Mary, offering compensation for permanent injury regardless of employer negligence.

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