Cases and Materials on Workers' Compensation (4th edition)
Covers occupational disease, vocational rehabilitation, stress claims, and reform efforts designed to stem the rising costs of the system. Early chapters explore the historical foundations of workers' compensation, its economic theory underpinnings, and its current relationship with FELA, Social Security, OSHA, and tort litigation.
West Publishing Company
Occupational diseases, Vocational rehabilitation
Administrative Law | Disability Law | Torts | Workers' Compensation Law
Eaton, Thomas A.; Little, Joseph W.; and Smith, Gary R., "Cases and Materials on Workers' Compensation (4th edition)" (1999). Books. 48.