No. If a player elects to retire he is placed on the "voluntary retired list" and is due no further recompense under his contract.
Should he elect to unretire his rights are still retained by the club with whom he was signed when he went onto the retired list.
It is for this reason most players file for free agency when they retire.
Yes, if the guaranteed money in his contract is guaranteed against injury. The only reason for them not to get paid would be if their contract has a clause that allows teams to opt out or something of that matter.
If it relates to an insurance policy or other contract's definition, refer to the contract. Otherwise, in general, it is an injury sustained on the job.
A physically educated person will know how to keep their body in shape and how to avoid injury. They will tend to be active and physically fit.
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Any injury that physically or mentally restricts a person in employment and other activities of a person for the rest of his/her life
He didn't die his contract expired and a shoulder injury.
It depends on the legislation where you live and the terms of your contract.
The advantages are it can keep you physically fit and provide a social outlet. There is always a concern for injury, however. Namely, brain injury.
There are usually provisions in a player's contract that take into account nonplay due to injury that will call for a reduced salary until the player can play again. It is up to a team and their rules to determine how a MLB contract is written. A player that retires due to injury might receive a reduced buy out amount.
you may physically harm some one while under the influence of alcohol E.g rape, miner-injury or even kill someone.