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Larson's Workers' Compensation Law is the premier source for analysis of workers'
compensation law. Comprehensive and authoritative, Larson's is used by all state commissions
and cited, with great frequency, by courts in all states.
For over 46 years, Larson's has been the most trusted name in workers' compensation legal analysis. Originally written by Arthur Larson (1910-1993), the James B. Duke Professor of Law at Duke University Law School and an Under Secretary of Labor, Workers' Compensation Law is now guided by noted legal expert Lex K. Larson.
Larson's Workers' Compensation Law:
• Provided the now standard framework by which workers' compensation law is organized and
• Covers the nuts and bolts of workers' compensation, as well as newly developing areas of
• Discusses the variations in state law and their consequences
• Brings order to a variety of local practices by grouping states that agree on a particular
pattern of law
• Provides quick access by both legal principle and fact situation indexing
• Provides up-to-date, detailed case summaries for comparison of facts and holdings
• Discusses interaction of workers' compensation with other laws, such as the Americans with
Disabilities Act, Social Security, and Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act
• Contains helpful examples illustrating main points
Speed your research with complementary practice aids. With Larson's Workers' Compensation
Law, you receive:
• the "Digest" feature, which expedites access to cases by jurisdiction
• state-by-state comparisons of substantive statutory provisions