Under certain state
Workers’ Compensation statutes, if the employee’s own misconduct
caused the employee’s injuries, the employee will be denied benefits.
Therefore, if exclusivity applies, the employee is without a remedy.
The Exclusivity Doctrine
Injury To Spouse/Parent
Intentional Injury Of The Employee
Member of Class Given Option To Elect
Injury To Sexual/Child Bearing Organs
Injury To Unborn Child
Physical Pain and Suffering
Effect Of A Lawsuit On Subsequent Lawsuits