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#321  May 24, 2019    email version


Is an employer that has paid work-related injury insurance premium exempt from liabilities for work-related injury?


Where an employee sustains a work-related injury, an employer claims the treatment expenses should be paid from the work-related injury insurance fund, and that it isn’t legally obligated to bear these expenses. Is it reasonable?

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