How Companies Value Body Parts?

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By Lena Groeger and Michael Grabell
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Injured workers are entitled to compensation for permanent disabilities under state workers’ comp laws.

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Price Check: How Companies Value Body Parts

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But – Texas has long allowed companies to opt out and write their own benefit plans.

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Benefits for the same body part can differ dramatically depending on which company you work for.

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2 Responses

  1. What big companies pay workers when they lose body parts on the job

    Workers’ compensation is one of those topics that sounds really dry on the surface. But once you see how these laws — which determine how workers who are injured or killed on the job get compensated — affect the lives of everyday people, you can see that nothing is further from the truth.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/what-big-companies-pay-workers-when-they-lose-body-parts-on-the-job/ar-AAfwDtn?li=AA4Zjn

    Klimer

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  2. On body parts

    A chilling ME-P.

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