Types of Injuries Strictly pertaining to Businesses:

antitrust injury – damage, loss, or harm caused by anticompetitive conduct that violates antitrust laws (i.e. a vertical maximum-price-fixing conspiracy that results in predatory pricing).

compensable injury – a personal injury caused by an accident arising from the employment and in the course of the employee’s work, and for which the employee is statutorily entitled to receive compensation.

economic injury – an injury to a person’s ability to enter into or profit from a business arrangement.

injury arising out of employment – an injury with a direct cause and effect relationship between the injury and the employment.

scheduled injuries – types of partially disabling injuries for which a predetermined amount of compensation is allowed under a workers’ compensation statute.


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