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February 1984

Workers’ compensation: significant enactments in 1983

LaVerne C. Tinsley

Most States increased maximum weekly compensation for total disability and death, and eight raised allowances for burial expenses; other important changes dealt with occupational disease and rehabilitation benefits.

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