Casemaker Libra



Kansas Workers Compensation Fifth Edition

Publication Year: 2015   Publication Type: Book

Authors:
D. Shane Bangerter, Vince Burnett, Matthew S. Crowley, Roger Fincher, Jan L. Fisher, Paula S. Greathouse, Tom E. Hammond, Dennis Horner, John Jurcyk, Lary G. Karns, Jeff E. King, Aaron L. Kite, Kip Kubin, Scott J. Mann, Kim R. Martens, Shirla R. Mcqueen, Dallas L. Rakestraw, Kristina D. Schlake, William L. Townsley, Iii, Ryan D. Weltz

Table of Contents:

 Title
 Copyright
 Preface and Acknowledgement
 About the Authors
Chapter 1 History & Theory of Workers Compensation
Chapter 2 Coverage, Jurisdiction, and Venue
Chapter 3 The Employer-Employee Relationship
Chapter 4 Accident, Repetitive Trauma, and Occupational Disease
Chapter 5 Arising Out of and in the Course of Employment
Chapter 6 Notice and Time Requirements
Chapter 7 Procedures and Hearings
Chapter 8 Medical Compensation and Vocational Rehabilitation
Chapter 9 Scheduled and Nonscheduled, Temporary and Permanent
Chapter 10 Heart Attacks, Strokes, and Psychological Injuries
Chapter 11 Death
Chapter 12 Evidence and Proof
Chapter 13 Exclusive Remedy and Third-Party Actions
Chapter 14 Attorney Fees
Chapter 15 Civil Actions as Affected by the Workers Compensation Act
Chapter 16 Post Award Remedies, Self-Insurance, and Fraud and Abuse
 Index A Forms
 Index B Cases & Statutes
 Index C General Word