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Senate 2232: Relating to Workers' Comp./Alternative Coverage ------------------------------------------------------------------

S2232    GENERAL BILL by Bennett  (Similar H 1549)
Workers' Comp./Alternative Coverage; requires employer with fewer than
four employees who has elected alternative coverage to workers' comp. to
post notice at each worksite to this effect; provides that every
corporate officer who elects said coverage must proceed at common law in
any action to recover damages for injury or death brought against
employer; provides for subcontractors to give evidence of alternative
coverage to contractors, when applicable, etc. Amends Ch. 440,
489.115,.515. EFFECTIVE DATE: 01/01/2005 except as otherwise provided.
02/20/04 SENATE Prefiled
03/03/04 SENATE Introduced, referred to Banking and Insurance; Judiciary
                  -SJ 00197
04/30/04 SENATE Died in Committee on Banking and Insurance


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S 2232 02/20/2004 Web Page | PDF

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0440.02
0440.04
0440.05
0440.055
0440.075
0440.077
0440.095
0440.10
0440.105
0489.115
0489.515


Citations - Constitution




NO CONSTITUTION CITATIONS FOUND FOR SENATE BILL 2232.


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