vicarious liability

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vicarious liability

Legal responsibility of a health care professional or health care institution for the negligent actions of its trainees and employees.
See also: liability
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Manchester and Salford Magistrates Court heard that during the inspection it became clear that T & W Linen Co Ltd did not have Employers Liability (Compulsory) Insurance.
The Maritime Employers Liability (MEL) policy is written at the $1 million standard limit and can be added to the workers' compensation policy if the MEL exposure is incidental.
If such a suit is permitted, the employers liability section of the policy would be called upon.
Even if workers compensation coverage is compulsory and the categories of employment are covered by state law, an employer has the option of using employers liability to respond to the four types of legal actions an employee can take:
Despite the fact that workers compensation is usually considered to be the exclusive remedy for covered employees for work-related injuries, there are several reasons why employers liability coverage is desirable.
Summarize each of the nine clauses in the employers liability insurance section
Mr Browne also pledged to look at the possibility of fixed fee schemes for employers liability and working with the insurers, business and the Health and Safety Executive to work out underwriting methods which better reflected the health and safety performance of individual firms.
Providing a forum of exchange allows both US and European delegates an opportunity to openly compare and contrast the workers comp and employers liability systems.
for General Liability including public, contract and employers liability.
There are many endorsements authorized for use with the workers compensation and employers liability insurance policy.
Summarize many of the endorsements authorized for use with workers compensation (WC) and employers liability insurance policies
Adverse development is already evident in the employers liability and professional indemnity market in the United Kingdom and the medical malpractice market in France.

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