Chapter 6

What’s Not Worked for 50 - 60 Years

Matt Kruger, Jeff Rogers, Chris E. Stout and Jillian Richardson

Abstract

It seems that no one is really proud of their state’s approach of managing workers’ compensation. In fact, it furthermore seems that no one is particularly even satisfied with state’s approach of managing workers’ compensation. The irony is that “both sides” seem to feel this way, that is, those on the “side” of the injured worker as well as those on the “side” of the employer. This chapter will consider the history of workers’ compensation (in the United States) in the context of problems and attempted solutions, and it will offer one perspective as a means towards a solution.

Total Pages: 18-25 (8)

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