What areas does social security law cover?
Social security is a compulsory insurance prescribed by the legislation in Germany for persons who are in an employment, service or training relationship. It covers risks that could jeopardize the existence of the insured person and the community of insured persons. The community of insured persons is also referred to as a community of solidarity, as all insured persons finance the insurance with their contributions. In contrast to private insurance, such as private accident or occupational disability insurance, a membership of social security is compulsory. Social security in Germany consists of five pillars (unemployment insurance, pension insurance, health insurance, nursing care insurance and accident insurance).
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