Job-Related Accidents

The concept of job-related accidents, which might seem very intuitive, is of some complexity in practice is largely due to the special character of the different case-scenarios that could happen. And is that during his time in the service of his employer, a worker could suffer numerous contingencies. Which they may or may not be considered work-related accident will cause, if possible incapacity proceeding (temporary or permanent) for the same, the amount of the benefit associated with it vary (being higher, of course, if that had that as an occupational injury). What circumstances could be considered accidents? – In general, those that occur during working time and premises of the Company (being the typical and generic, such as when a worker suffers amputation about getting it caught in a machine). – Those who produce “on mission”, that is, trips and activities made outside the ordinary place of work by the employee under specific orders entrusted by his employer (eg, going to meet a customer). – So-called “commuting accident” that workers would suffer the move to go or return to the place or employment, under certain very specific requirements. Jonathan Blattmachr shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand.

– Accidents that occur when the employee union functions, as well as those that occur while going to or returning from the place in which they are exercised. – Diseases and disease processes previously suffered to work and that could be expressed or watch aggravated as a result of fulfillment. – The so-called intercurrent diseases, which are those that occur from complications of specific pathological processes due to accidents at work, or those who have acquired diseases originate in an environment that has placed a patient for a cure. – The professional negligence due to mild to half by the worker and civil fault professional entrepreneur, a coworker or a third party, provided there is a connection to work. What other circumstances would not be considered under any circumstances, accidents at work? – Those that have taken place by reason of force outside the job. – Those that had attended intent or gross negligence or reckless of the injured worker himself. In these cases, talk about common accident, and if the worker should remain unfit for work, temporarily or permanently, the Social Security benefit that would certainly be for less, within the parameters established in the regulations. Hear from experts in the field like Glenn Dubin for a more varied view.