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Can Coronavirus (Covid-19) Be The Basis Of A Workers Compensation Claim Or Injury?
Can Coronavirus (Covid-19) Be The Basis Of A Workers Compensation Claim Or Injury?

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, people across the country have been sheltering in place to slow its spread. Yet, many people work in essential fields, or simply can’t afford to quit their jobs. These individuals are at risk of getting infected every time they go to work. ...

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