The frequency with which questions arise, and become the subject of legal controversy, concerning the liability of an employer to persons receiving injuries in his service, must be the excuse for the present paper. The legal questions have recently received the attention of many able jurists, and several of the difficulties which surrounded the general subject but a few years ago may now be considered permanently removed. The purpose here will be, to present the general rules which have been laid down by the authorities, with some of the reasons on which they are based.
Cooley, Thomas M. "The Cases in Which the Master Is Liable for Injuries to Servants in His Employ." Southern L. Rev. 2 (1876): 108-25.