Purpose and effect of workers' compensation laws and the scope of coverage

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Examine the purpose and effect of workers' compensation laws and the scope of coverage

Workers' compensation statutes provide that an employee who is injured on the job cannot sue the employer. Instead, the employee must file for Workers' Compensation benefits.

Please respond to all of the following prompts:

  • What are the pros and cons of the Workers' Compensation system for the employee?
  • What are the pros and cons for the employer?
  • Many states have limited the amount of attorney fees that can be earned by a claimant's attorney in a Workers' Compensation case. What is the purpose of these limitations? Are they fair?
Times roman 12 point double spaced citations and references and then I need you to do two secondary responses after I show you how.Then a refrence list all in APA format not whatever people think now a days so many dont know.

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