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What are Social Security Laws?
Social security laws are those labor statutes that provide protection not only to a worker but also to members of his family in case of loss of income or when there is need for medical care brought about by contingencies like sickness, disability, death, and old age. Examples of social security laws are the Social Security Law, Revised Government Service Insurance Act, the Articles of the Labor Code on Employees Compensation, the State Insurance Fund, and the National Health Insurance Act.
(Lifted from “Answers to Bar Examination Questions in Labor Law and Social Legislation, Atty. Icao, 2005)
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