Review of the Volume “Cercetarea la fața locului în cazul accidentelor de muncă urmate de moartea victimei” [Forensic on Site Investigation in the Case of Work Accidents followed by Death of the Victim], Author Emilian Alexandru Bulea, Published by LUMEN Publishing House
Keywords:on-site research, work accidents, death of the employee, Emilian Alexandru Bulea,
"Forensic on-sight investigation in the case of work-related accidents followed by the death of the victim" is a work that deals with the most sensitive and dramatic situation of labor relations, namely where the employee suffers a workplace accident, as a result of which he loses his life. The theme was also addressed in the legal doctrine, but this is the first monograph to be exclusively devoted to it and addressing (completely and with a dedicated argumentative structure) the entire matter of the subject, and what further recommends the volume is the organization of the work, the opportunity of approaching the topic in the literature and structuring the scientific discourse.
Bulea, E. A. (2017). Cercetarea la faţa locului în cazul accidentelor de muncă urmate de moartea victimei [Forensic on site investigation in the case of work accidents followed by death of the victim]. Iaşi, România: Lumen.
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