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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.2.2013.tde-27032014-135040
Document
Author
Full name
Diego Petacci
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2013
Supervisor
Committee
Silva, Homero Batista Mateus da (President)
Frediani, Yone
Silva, Otavio Pinto e
Title in Portuguese
A responsabilidade civil extracontratual objetiva nos acidentes de trabalho e nas doenças ocupacionais no esporte de alto rendimento
Keywords in Portuguese
Acidentes de trabalho
Doenças ocupacionais
Esportes
Responsabilidade extracontratual
Teoria do risco
Abstract in Portuguese
A responsabilidade civil ligada aos acidentes de trabalho e às doenças ocupacionais é fonte de constantes preocupações de magistrados, doutrinadores e estudiosos do Direito do Trabalho, em especial após o advento da Emenda Constitucional nº 45/04. Em particular em sua vertente objetiva, que procura estabelecer a responsabilidade pelo risco da atividade, independentemente de culpa do agente. No entanto, há evidente lacuna no estudo da responsabilidade civil relacionada aos acidentes de trabalho e às doenças ocupacionais ligadas aos esportes profissionais. Conquanto os esportes envolvam elementos lúdicos e recreativos, sua prática profissional movimenta elevadas quantias de dinheiro e inúmeros feixes de contratos de trabalho. O alto índice de acidentes, lesões e enfermidades relacionadas ao esporte, que por vezes encerram prematuramente a carreira de atletas que ainda estão muito longe do estrelato, reclama a análise e a proteção jurídica conferidas pelo direito do trabalho, como direito social e fundamental. Este estudo se propõe a analisar os fundamentos jurídicos, doutrinários e jurisprudenciais, que inter-relacionam os campos da responsabilidade civil, do direito do trabalho e do esporte de alto rendimento, praticado profissionalmente.
Title in English
Tort, strict liability in work accidents and occupational diseases in high performance sports.
Keywords in English
Accident at work
High performance
Liability
Occupational disease
Risk activity
Sport
Abstract in English
The liability related to accidents at work and occupational diseases is a source of constant concern of judges, jurists and scholars of labor law, especially after the enactment of Constitutional Amendment No. 45/04. In particular in its objective aspect, which seeks to establish the liability for the risk of the activity, regardless of the agent's fault. However, there is an obvious gap in the study of the liability related to accidents at work and occupational diseases linked to professional sports. Although the playful and recreational elements involving sports, their professional practice moves large sums of money and numerous bundles of labor contracts. The high rate of accidents, injuries and illnesses related to sports, which sometimes prematurely terminate the career of athletes who are still far from stardom, claims analysis and legal protection conferred by labor law, as a social and fundamental right. This study aims to analyze the legal grounds, doctrinal and jurisprudential, which interrelate the fields of civil liability, labor law and high performance sport, practiced professionally.
 
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2018-03-26
Publishing Date
2014-04-14
 
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