WORK MAINTENANCE AND INJURY COMPENSATION

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·   If a worker is injured at work that results in a lack of his normal abilities that does not prevent him from doing another job other than his previous one, the employer for whose business the worker is injured shall employ him in an appropriate job with the wage commensurate for such a job. This shall not prejudice the compensation he deserves accordingly.

·   An injury shall be considered work-related according to what is stated in the social insurance law, and occupational diseases are considered work injuries, and an injury is considered work-related on date of the first medical observation of the disease.

The state of disease relapse or any complication arising therefrom shall be deemed valid as a work-related injury, and the aid and treatment shall equally apply to it for whatever applies to the original injury.