White Paper / Risk Management
Overview of USL&H coverage and aid for determining when coverage is necessary

The Longshore & Harbor Workers Compensation Act provides for the payment of compensation, medical care and vocational rehabilitation services to non-seaman maritime workers disabled due to on-the-job injuries. Determining when U.S. longshore and harbor workers’ compensation (USL&H) coverage is required is a complex and fact-specific task, and the law continues to evolve. Lockton experts weigh in on how you can determine when coverage is necessary.

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