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Zimmerman's Research Guide


Workers' Compensation

Worker's compensation laws are published in each state's statutes (see "State Statutes") as well as in the State by State Guide to Human Resources Law.

Lexis has a database for all Federal and state cases and administrative decisions (WCSSD;WCCASE), all Federal and state cases (WCSSD;MEGAWC); all Federal cases (WCSSD;FDCTWC), all state cases (WCSSD;STCTWC), all state administrative decisions (WCSSD;ALLWRK), cases from individual states (WCSSD;xxCTWC), administrative decisions from individual states (WCSSD;xxWORK), etc. Lexis also has Larson's Workers' Compensation Laws (WCSSD;LARWCL) and about ten state-specific treatises including the New York Workers' Compensation Handbook (WCSSD;NYWCHB) and California Worker's Compensation Law (WCSSD;CALCOM).

Westlaw has a database for the Federal Workers' Compensation-Benefits Review Board decisions (FWC-BRB), each state's Workers' Compensation Law Reporter (xx-WCLR, or WCLR to search all states at once) and each state's workers' comp administrative decisions (xxWC-ADMIN, or MWC-ADMIN to search all states at once).

See Also
Labor Law

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