Report of the Special Committee on Industrial Insurance: Wisconsin Legislature, 1909-1910 ...
Committee on Industrial Insurance, 1911 - Accident insurance - 148 pages
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Page 13 - Every person in the service of another under any contract of hire, express or implied, oral or written, including aliens, and also including minors who are legally permitted to work under the laws of the state who, for the purposes of this act.
Page 138 - Member to make such exceptions in its national legislation as it deems necessary in respect of — (a) persons whose employment is of a casual nature and who are employed otherwise than for the purpose of the employer's trade or business...
Page 25 - The members of the board and its assistants shall be entitled to receive from the State their actual and necessary expenses while traveling on the business of the board; but such expenses shall be sworn to by the person who incurred the same, and be approved by the chairman of the board before payment is made.
Page 147 - But liability for compensation under this act shall not be reduced or affected by any insurance, contribution, or other benefit whatsoever, due to or received by the person entitled to such compensation, and the person so entitled shall, irrespective of any insurance or other contract, have the right to recover the same directly from the employer; and in addition thereto, the right to enforce in his own name, in the manner provided in this act. the liability of any insurance company which may, in...
Page 7 - That the injury or death was caused in whole or in part by the want of ordinary or reasonable care of a fellow servant.
Page 139 - As to employees in employments in which it is the custom to operate for a part of the whole number of working days in each year...
Page 147 - ... such compensation; provided, however, that payment in whole or in part of such compensation by either the employer or the insurance carrier shall to the extent thereof be a bar to the recovery against the other of the amount so paid.