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Clements vs. London and North Western Railway Company (1894)
Clements vs. London and North Western Railway Company (1894)

The claimant minor gained employment as a railway porter for the defendant and as a result agreed to join the company’s insurance scheme. He then relinquished rights under the Employers Liability Act of 1880. The minor then got injured at work and realised that the statutory scheme would have benefited him more as it allowed compensation for a wider range of accidents. The minor then argued that he was not bound by his employer’s scheme, but this failed.

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