Just as COVID-19 confused the medical community early in the pandemic, legal experts found compensation for the virus and what it would mean for workers who became infected.
In what was the fifth most read story on the Business Insurance website 2020, Aaron D. Goldstein, a Seattle-based partner in the work and employment method at Dorsey & Whitney LLP, made it clear at the beginning of March: “We do not have priority in this issue because we do not have much exposure to pandemics.
Referring to exposure to the flu in the workplace, he said that in general “if you come down with the flu, it is not a worker complex, perhaps with the exception of healthcare professionals.
Then came the attack on executive orders and bills that created a presumption for workers contracting COVID-1
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