Ohio Workers' Compensation Law
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Ohio Workers' Compensation Law offers the practitioner up-to-date analysis of the current state of the law. Ohio Workers' Compensation Law encompasses the full scope of modern workers' compensation law, from its historic origins to its operation in today's hearing rooms and courthouses.
Specifically tailored for both practitioners seeking compensation for their injured clients and practitioners representing employers, the Fifth Edition of Ohio Workers' Compensation Law is the complete Ohio workers' compensation resource. It contains in-depth coverage of:
• Definitions of types of injury, disability and compensation
• Types of administrative proceedings
• Range of appeals to the court
• Fraud, subrogation, intentional tort and psychological injury
• Non-complying employers
• Claims for occupational diseases
• Chiropractic treatment
• Standards for self-insuring employers
• Permanent disability
• Wage loss
• Managed care
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1: THE NATURE OF WORKERS’ COMPENSATION
CHAPTER 2: THE HISTORY OF WORKERS’ COMPENSATION
CHAPTER 3: THE ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES
CHAPTER 4: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDINGS
CHAPTER 5: LIMITATIONS, JURISDICTION, AND NOTICES
CHAPTER 6: EMPLOYMENT STATUS
CHAPTER 7: INJURY
CHAPTER 8: OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE
CHAPTER 9: DISABILITY COMPENSATION
CHAPTER 10: BENEFITS AND OTHER REMEDIES
CHAPTER 11: DEATH BENEFITS
CHAPTER 12: JUDICIAL REMEDIES
CHAPTER 13: SAFETY AND ADDITIONAL AWARDS
CHAPTER 14: THE STATE INSURANCE FUND, SELF-INSURANCE, AND RISK COVERAGE
CHAPTER 15: REPRESENTATION
TABLES OF CASES AND STATUTES