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    May 15, 2012


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    It is possible you are quite smart, although I suspect that is still arguable. But that is not related to this. I think this good information.


    Rochelle Hollander

    Brilliant. Great info.

    Lucy Walker

    I have my own business in the UK and use to get employers liability cover but i am looking to relocate from the UK across to the USA but i just don't understand the way Employers Liability etc are done out there!

    Tim Dodge

    Thanks, Bob! :) Lucy, in a nutshell, Employers Liability here covers an employer's legal liability for injuries to employees when those injuries are not compensable under state Workers' Compensation laws.

    Allan Kenan

    The examples cited here make perfect instances for analysis. Readers will certainly have a clear concept and grasp of the NY WC law. Typically, work compensation claims function on a case by case basis, as the culprit of an occupational injury shall be traced to its very roots.

    syed ahmad

    Over the weekend my car was broken into. Back window was shattered and my purse was stolen. So, basically, my life was stolen.
    I need to make my Insurance will u suggest me a reputed insurance company with good insurance plans....

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