To receive workers’ compensation benefits for a work-related psychiatric or stress injury, an employee must show that the work-related stress was the “predominant cause” of the psychiatric injury.1 More than 50 percent of the employee’s stress must come from actual events of his/her work, rather than from problems with the employee’s family, health or other concerns.
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