It is my understanding that the strict answer to this is an absolute "NO"--- unless that person has as their principal duty on the job the task of playing Basketball. This is not the same interpretation as would apply to basketball players in any league. Workman's Compensation, as a concept, is to be applied in instances of an injury sustained by a workman during the regular course of their job, as a means of alleviating the burden an injury will incur. It is meant as a vehicle to aid the worker who was doing their job, on the specified jobsite, during the hours specified, and got hurt. It is not meant to be a ticket to monetary reward by an employee who fell in the company gymnasium and got hurt. In that instance, if any compensation is due, it would come through the liability insurance carried by the resident of the property upon whose premises the injury occurred; and, in most instances, participation in activities of a recreational nature require that the participants sign waivers of liability prior to receiving access to such facilities. In those cases, the individual's own insurance policies would cover any injury; and, if that individual was precluded from working as a result, the employer would treat their absence as any other instance of missing work due to accident off-site.
There is not a beginning salary for basketball players. The average salary for a person playing professional basketball is about $3,500,000 a year.
A person will have a few various growing stages during his lifetime (mostly during childhood). He will grow regardless of playing basketball.
It depends on person to person, but for playing basketball requires less equipment and players. In watching basketball is more popular, but baseball is fun to watch too. I would rate basketball over baseball, but then again depends on person to person. Any answer would be opinionated; some people like baseball better, and others like basketball better.
Yes it can, but it depends on the person and their health issues if any.
Occupational therapists are covered by insurance depending on whether or not a person has a job that provides the insurance to the workers. If insurance is provided, it is possible to see an occupational therapist.
Blocking in basketball is when a defender blocks a shot, meaning that when a shot is put up a person playing defense can hit the ball away from the hoop.
No, you can't get HIV from sweat and bumping heads.
usually center but sometimes forward depending on playing style
it does help if you play sports you get taller especially basketball
the physical size of person playing baseball is less important the pro football and basketball
there is only one center playing on court. its usually the tallest person on the team.
uhm no!!!!!!!! its called playing basketball! that's what your suppose to do. as long as they don't hit the person while trying to get the basketball then its not even a foul
if you are playing for a match,only 5 person can play.in a team there are 11-13 players..
A basketball player is a person who plays basketball, especially professionally.
the shortest person to play basketball in the Olympic games was Tynua Samonmah from Japan
Kobe Bryant has the Most championships and awards in playing basketball he plays for the lakers
If your injury is work-related it could be covered by Workers' Comp regardless of whether the person responsible for the injury works with you or not.
Sure. You'll need to invent a time machine first, though; nine year olds have probably been playing basketball essentially since the sport was invented.
An elderly person in a wheelchair could play basketball, although probably not very well. But nothing would prevent such a person from throwing a basketball at a hoop.
Before playing basketball, eating a light meal of fruits, nuts, and protein will be beneficial to the player. A person should make sure to stay hydrated. Hydration is very important therefor should be done before, during, and after playing any sport.
it matters the way your playing it but if you do the most popular way its point guard, 2 wings, the center person and some who plays on the box.
when playing man on man the person gaurding the man with the ball is blocked by an offensive player so the man with the ball can travel to the basket