Workmen's Compensation: Prevention, Insurance, and Rehabilitation of Occupational Disability

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INDEX
Absenteeism, cost of, 218n
Accident proneness, 204-205
Accidents, work (see Injuries, work)
Accrued liability, 51-53
Administration, financing, 146-147 FECA, 297 Ontario, 314 functions, 143 organization, 143-145 advisory bodies, 145 personnel, 147-148 political support for, 269-270
Aggravation of pre-existing condition, 48, 54, 276-277
Aggregate Trust Fund, New York, 134
Agreement method, 151, 154-155
Agriculture, accident rates, 3-6 coverage, 40-43, 46
Aitken, A. P., 91, 247, 263, 264-265
Alderman, S. S., 320
Alien dependents, non-resident, 58
Alternative, or additional, remedy, 191- 193, 273
Altmeyer, A. J., 141, 192-193
American Bar Association, 31, 187n, 320
American College of Surgeons, 173n, 219, 221 "Basic Principles for Rehabilitation," 265-266
American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists, 217
American Federation of Labor, 31, 140n, 192
American Federation of the Physically Handicapped, 137n, 248-249
American Foundation of Occupational Health, 219
American Industrial Hygiene Association, 217
American Medical Association, 172, 173 Committee on Workmen's Compensation, 172n Council on Industrial Health, 174, 217 Council on Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 248n
American Society of Safety Engineers, 201, 202
American Standards Association, 202, 212
Anderson, H. W., 199
Andrews, Elmer F., 130
Andrews, John B., 31, 123, 198, 215n
Appeals, commission review, 156-157, 179 court review, 157-159, 187 England, 306 FECA, 296 Ontario, 314-315 principal issues, 182-184 proportion of all cases, 156
Assigned risk plans, 132-134
Associated Industries of New York, 115
Assumption of risk, 18, 318
Attorneys, claimants', 180-181 fees, 23, 184-186, 194 number of, 180-181
Auto Workers Union, CIO, 206
Aveni, J. C., 251
"Average weekly wage," definition, 61
Barden-LaFollette Amendments (see Public Law 113, 78th Cong.)
Barnes, R. E., 190, 272
Baruch, Bernard M., 237, 247, 260
Bear, Joseph, 82, 178, 181, 182
Belsley, G. L., 256
Beneficiaries, number of, 58-59

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