2006 Alabama Code - Section 25-5-195 — False written representation to employer as to previous compensation for exposure to radiation.

If any employee, at the time of or in the course of entering into the employment of the employer by whom the compensation would otherwise be paid, wilfully and falsely represented himself in writing to such employer as not having previously been disabled, laid off or compensated in damages, workmen's compensation or otherwise, because of occupational exposure to radiation, or as not having previously been subjected to occupational exposure to radiation, such employee, his personal representative, parents, surviving spouse, dependents and next of kin shall be barred from compensation or other benefits provided by this article or from recovery at common law, by statute, contract or otherwise on account of occupational exposure to radiation subsequent to such representation and while in the employ of such employer.

(Acts 1967, No. 521, p. 1245.)

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