Definitions for "Employers Liability"
This is a legal requirement where a business employs one or more people, and covers the Legal Liability of the business to provide safe working conditions to its employees. An example might be an employee injured whilst carrying a heavy load at work who sues his employer for damages.
An Act that made it obligatory for businesses to insure in respect of their liability to employees for bodily injury or disease arising out of and in the course of their employment. Employers liability insurance is a compulsive policy that all companies must have if they employ anyone. The cover is compulsory so that if any of the employees decide to pursue their employer for compensation they will definatley be able to get the compensation. An employee could sue their employer for a number of reasons, here are just a few examples: Unfair dismissal Sexual discrimination Racism
a personal injury claim arising from injuries sustained whilst completing employment responsibilities