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Workers’ compensation often known as workers’ comp ia a form of insurance compensation that provides wage replacement and medical benefits for employees who are while they are working on the job. This method of compensation takes the place of suing through the tort law for ordinary workplace injury. The give and take between assured, limited coverage and renunciation of recourse outside the worker compensation system is known as “the compensation bargain.” Different jurisdictions has different guidelines however in general damages for pain and suffering and punitive damages for employer premise liability and negligence are generally not recoverable through the worker compensation system. In some cases however – workers injured by a “third party” on a workplace or severely injured thru gross negligence of the employers can file a civil lawsuit governed by tort laws as a third party workplace negligence claim.
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