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Q: Bob, an employee of Risky Manufacturing, Inc. is accidentally injured by a fellow worker while working his shift. Under workers’ compensation, Bob can: A. Sue Risky or seek workers’ compensation
recovery, but not both. B. Seek workers’ compensation only. C. Recover from workers’ compensation only if Risky was negligent in allowing the injury to occur. D. Sue Risky or seek workers’ compensation recovery.
A: Under workers? compensation, Bob can: D. Sue Risky or seek workers? compensation recovery.
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User: Bob, an employee of Risky Manufacturing, Inc. is accidentally injured by a fellow worker while working his shift. Under workers’ compensation, Bob can: A. Sue Risky or seek workers’ compensation recovery, but not both. B. Seek workers’ compensation only. C. Recover from workers’ compensation only if Risky was negligent in allowing the injury to occur. D. Sue Risky or seek workers’ compensation recovery.

Weegy: Under workers? compensation, Bob can: D. Sue Risky or seek workers? compensation recovery.
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