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Pursuant to the Workers’ Compensation Act, an injured employee’s exclusive remedies against the employer are generally limited to such benefits as temporary total disability payments and reasonable and necessary medical expenses. The underlying legal theory is that while claimants forgo an extensive range of tort damages available to them in other personal injury actions, they receive speedy and certain medical and lost-time payments and are not required to prove fault.

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