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Workers’ Compensation was established over 100 years ago as a “grand bargain” between employers and labor. Injured workers gave up their right to sue employers in civil court for workplace injuries, making Workers’ Compensation the “exclusive remedy” for such injuries. In exchange for this, injured workers received statutory benefits in a no-fault system. Over time, we have seen a number of different challenges to this grand bargain.

Mark Walls

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