33 U.S. Code CHAPTER 18— LONGSHORE AND HARBOR WORKERS’ COMPENSATION

  1. § 901. Short title
  2. § 902. Definitions
  3. § 903. Coverage
  4. § 904. Liability for compensation
  5. § 905. Exclusiveness of liability
  6. § 906. Compensation
  7. § 907. Medical services and supplies
  8. § 908. Compensation for disability
  9. § 909. Compensation for death
  10. § 910. Determination of pay
  11. § 911. Guardian for minor or incompetent
  12. § 912. Notice of injury or death
  13. § 913. Filing of claims
  14. § 914. Payment of compensation
  15. § 915. Invalid agreements
  16. § 916. Assignment and exemption from claims of creditors
  17. § 917. Lien against compensation
  18. § 918. Collection of defaulted payments; special fund
  19. § 919. Procedure in respect of claims
  20. § 920. Presumptions
  21. § 921. Review of compensation orders
  22. § 921a. Appearance of attorneys for Secretary, deputy commissioner, or Board
  23. § 922. Modification of awards
  24. § 923. Procedure before deputy commissioner or Board
  25. § 924. Witnesses
  26. § 925. Witness fees
  27. § 926. Costs in proceedings brought without reasonable grounds
  28. § 927. Powers of deputy commissioners or Board
  29. § 928. Fees for services
  30. § 929. Record of injury or death
  31. § 930. Reports to Secretary
  32. § 931. Penalty for misrepresentation
  33. § 932. Security for compensation
  34. § 933. Compensation for injuries where third persons are liable
  35. § 934. Compensation notice
  36. § 935. Substitution of carrier for employer
  37. § 936. Insurance policies
  38. § 937. Certificate of compliance with chapter
  39. § 938. Penalties
  40. § 939. Administration by Secretary
  41. § 940. Deputy commissioners
  42. § 941. Safety rules and regulations
  43. § 942. Annual report
  44. § 943. Repealed. Pub. L. 89–348, § 1(15), Nov. 8, 1965, 79 Stat. 1311
  45. § 944. Special fund
  46. §§ 945 to 947. Repealed. Pub. L. 98–426, § 25, Sept. 28, 1984, 98 Stat. 1654
  47. § 948. Laws inapplicable
  48. § 948a. Discrimination against employees who bring proceedings; penalties; deposit of payments in special fund; civil actions; entitlement to restoration of employment and compensation, qualifications requirement; liability of employer for penalties and payments; insurance policy exemption from liability
  49. § 949. Effect of unconstitutionality
  50. § 950. Separability