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 their work, rather than from problems with the employee’s family, health or other concerns.

Read about a 2022 board decision. 
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