The developing battle of workers' compensation law related to mental and nervous injuries has recently expanded to include the phenomenon of compensation neurosis-one of the most controversial terms in the medico-legal lexicon.2 This comment will explore the legitimacy and viability of compensation neurosis as a compensable personal injury in the compensation context. The reader should take note that compensation neurosis is in its infancy and that any vagueness with respect to the law or case analysis reflects the state of the law today.
Natale, Kathryn V.
"Compensation Neurosis: A Workers' Compensation Phenomenon,"
Antioch Law Journal: Vol. 1:
1, Article 18.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.udc.edu/antiochlawjournal/vol1/iss1/18