What to Do If You Are Injured at Work in Missouri

Sep 25, 2017

The Missouri Workers’ Compensation Law, located in Chapter 287 of the Revised Statutes, is a valuable resource for the state’s employees. Under this law, employees who sustain injuries during work-related tasks will receive benefits for medical bills and partial lost wages through employers’ workers’ compensation insurance policies. All employers with five or more employees and…
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Can I Get Workers’ Comp If I Work from Home?

Aug 8, 2016

Workers’ compensation is a fantastic source of financial relief for employees who sustain injuries at work and/or suffer disabilities because of work-related injuries. The workers’ compensation systems in Missouri and Kansas protect employees in the event of an injury, regardless of who was at fault. When an employee works from home, however, the rules can…
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Diagnosis: Understanding Your Legal Options

Jun 6, 2016

Thousands of Americans work 40+ hours per week, sitting at a desk and typing at a computer. Others install parts on an assembly line, work behind a cash register, or handle objects without sufficient rest. The repetitive motions of day-to-day work activities can lead to overuse of the hands and wrists, ultimately resulting in carpal…
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