Judgement: ESIC Is Not Payble To Dependents Of Workman Who Died Of Natural Cause - CiteHR
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Recent judgment delivered by Bombay high court ESIC is not payable to dependents of workman who died due to natural death during the course of duty. Pls find the analysis in my signature link.
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What the hell is wrong with esic ?
How can they refuse benefits to an insured who died while in the factory ?
They are worse than private profiteering insurance companies
And our minister increases the limit to get more covered.
Feel sorry for what pains and harassment the widow had To go through
If the death is arising out of employment ( incidental to or connected with), then only a person will be liable for dependent benefit legally .However, there are various judgments on such cases. Even notional extension of employment is also covered here. That is why FORM 18 is filled up.
The Bombay High Court case need to be studied in detail.
Mritunjay Nath Sahu
I agree with you sir completely. However, there are instances where ESIC has rejected claim of Hear Attack on the plea that there is no nexus between heart attack and work (in some cases it won also). The above judgment of Bombay High court is diffirent from rest of the judgments.
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