An essential tool for researching and understanding the distinctions among workers’ compensation laws in all U.S. states and certain Canadian provinces is now available from the International Association of Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC) and the Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI).
The tool, Workers’ Compensation Laws as of January 2012, is a key resource for policymakers and other stakeholders to identify the similarities and distinctions between workers’ compensation regulations and benefit levels in multiple jurisdictions in effect as of January 1, 2012.
The publication is best used to understand macro-level differences and general tendencies across jurisdictions, such as:
In Canada and the United States, workers’ compensation is entirely under the control of sub-national legislative bodies and administrative agencies. As a result, it is easy to misunderstand subtle differences between jurisdictional laws and regulations. This survey gives you the ability to understand those differences.
Workers' Compensation Laws as of January 2012. March 2012. WC-12-18.
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