in a case of workers` compensation, the person asserting a right or asserting a right; the injured worker who receives a claim or other work allowances. It`s a bit of scruples. A doctrine in which the courts may refuse to perform a contract due to abuse or abuse against a party resulting from the conclusion of the contract or contractual conditions. Bank. The seat occupied by the judge. More broadly, the court itself. Statues of survival. An Act that provides for the continuation of an appeal after the death of a person involved in the appeal. If, in the Workers` Compensation Act, a violation is caused by the action or omission of a party other than the employer, that party is the “third party” and the injured worker may bring an action against that party. . . .