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“The only thing necessary for these diseases to the triumph is for good people and governments to do nothing.”

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Wisconsin State Mortality Rates Wisconsin State Mortality Rates 1999-2006

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OCCUPATIONAL INJURY OR DISEASE UNDER WISCONSIN WORKER’S COMPENSATION LAW Workers often sustain an injury or contract a disease arising out of their employment for which the employer and worker’s compensation insurer deny worker’s compensation benefits, on the grounds that the worker cannot identify a specific traumatic event that caused or precipitated the injury or disease.  Such a denial may be contrary to fact and law.  It is not always necessary for the worker to be able to identify a specific event or date of injury, in order for the claim to be compensable.  The purpose of this essay is to explain the concept of  “occupational injury or disease,” for which worker’s compensation benefits may indeed be awarded.  

Wisconsin ruling on infectious diseases

“It is often impossible to find the source from which a germ causing disease has come. The germ leaves no trail that can be followed. Proof often does not pass beyond the stage of possibilities or probabilities, because no one can testify positively to the source from which the germ came, as can be done in the case of physical facts which may be observed in concerning which witnesses can acquire positive knowledge. Under such circumstances the commission or the court can base its findings upon a preponderance of probabilities or of the inference that may be drawn from established facts."  

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