workers' compensation

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work·ers' compensation

(wûr′kərz)
n.
Payments required by law to be made to an employee who is injured or disabled in connection with work.
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Medical experts routinely base their opinions of the causal nexus between the accident and injury solely on the plaintiff's subjective verbal description of the event, usually provided at the initial visit.
While medical testimony concerning diagnosis and treatment would likely be inadmissible if not based on the doctor's objective examinations, tests and procedures, medical experts routinely base their opinions of the causal nexus between the accident and injury solely on the plaintiff's subjective verbal description of the event, usually provided at the initial visit.