Forensic Engineering Risk Assessment Of Machine Accidents Caused By Employers
AbstractNew Jersey Court Rulings From 2003 To The Present Permit An Injured Worker To File A Claim Directly Against His Or Her Employer Separate From Workers Compensation Claims, Under Limited Circumstances. However, An Injured Worker Must Demonstrate That The Employer Created Conditions That Resulted In A Substantial Certainty Of Injury. Therefore, There Is A Need For Well-Founded Forensic Engineering Evaluations And Opinions To Determine Whether Employer Conduct Created A Substantial Certainty Of Injury In The Workplace. This Paper Discusses Established Methodology To Evaluate The Risk Of Injury From Employer Created Hazards Based On Actual Case Experiences Of The Authors.
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