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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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Workers' compensation costs have fallen by nearly 10 percent in New Hampshire, which means that the cost of workers' comp insurance premiums will go down as a whole, though the rates will differ vastly from company to company.
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Michael Monagle, director of the state Division of Workers' Compensation, says workers' comp insurance rates dropped about 2.5 percent this year--but he expects the downward trend to shift.
In 2011, a total of 3,349,925 workers' comp claims were found in the Insurance Services Office (ISO) ClaimSearch database, NICB indicated.
A study by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health found a disparity between white non-Hispanic construction workers and Hispanic or black construction workers when considering workers' comp settlements.

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