62-1 DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS
DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS
Definition of terms.
Medical practitioner defined.
Presumption that claims denied by employer are nonwork related for other insurance
purposes--Reimbursement for compensable injuries.
Municipal and county officers--Inclusion within definition of employee.
Elementary and secondary students, postsecondary technical institutes not
employees--Exception for work in vocational education.
Fire department, ambulance service, and rescue squad volunteers--Employees of
county, municipality, special purpose district, or township--Imputed wage.
Volunteers serving state or political subdivision without pay--Computing or imputing
wage--Certain persons not deemed volunteers.
Requirements for volunteer firefighters to become eligible for workers'
compensation--Amount of benefits--Limitation on eligibility.
Conservation officers acting as law enforcement officers.
Executive officers as employees of corporations--Exception as to nonprofit
Nonprofit corporation complying with title--Executive officer as employee.
Citation of title.
Owner-operator of certain vehicles as independent contractor.
Requirements for owner-operator of vehicle for certification as independent
Issuance of certificate of independent contractor status to owner-operator of certain
Election of owner-operator of certain vehicles to participate in workers'
compensation system as sole proprietor.
Promulgation of rules.
Evidence of injury supported by medical findings.
Employer civilly liable for retaliatory termination of employee--Burden of proof.
Discrimination in hiring based upon preexisting injury prohibited.
Current employer liable for costs and compensation of subsequent compensable
Independent contractor affidavit of exempt status--Rebuttable presumption.
Contents of affidavit of exempt status.
Providing false information on affidavit of exempt status as misdemeanor.
Acceptance of affidavit of exempt status not required.
Wheeler v. Cinna Bakers LLC regarding aggregation of wages abrogated.
Effect of concurrent employment on calculation of earnings for claims before May
Effect of concurrent employment on calculation of average weekly wage for claims
after May 5, 2015.