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Question 1) Economic Damages and Compensatory Damages define the expectation of reimbursements for lost wages. I would like to know the exact code, whether it is the code of a Tort Law or Civil Code; the one that applies addressing the legal referencing ' wages and earnings which would have been earned by the injured party but for the negligence of the tortfeasor'
Question 2) Since the insurance company is presenting "As your time off of work was not as a result of you being physically unable to fulfill your job duties, we are not in a position to consider your loss of earnings claim". This seems to apply to work place accident; true of false? If this fits some form of legal statement, what code (tort or civil) would have this statement in it?
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