These types of treatments may limit or prohibit the amount of work that one is able to perform. Most of us have experienced a finger, hand or wrist injury at some point in our life. Usually they are minor and require very little, if any, medical … [Read more...] about Work Related Hand and Wrist Injuries
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If you have injured your knee on the job and are being denied benefits, contact the Law Office of James M. Hoffmann. The knee is the largest joint in the body and is quite complicated. The knee supports nearly all of the weight of the body. It is … [Read more...] about Knee Injuries in the Workplace
You should be receiving treatment for ALL of your injuries, not just the ones the insurance company wants to accept. Shoulder injuries are a common occupational hazard. Although OSHA has established a set of safety guidelines for workers to follow, … [Read more...] about Types of Work Related Shoulder Injuries
Getting help from a St. Louis workers compensation attorney is extremely important when you are injured on the job... Preexisting conditions can complicate workers' compensation claims in various ways. An injury that predates an on the job injury … [Read more...] about Preexisting Conditions: Affect Workers Compensation?
Many people think that unless the neck injury is very serious, it is not necessary to file a workers compensation claim. The neck can be subject to a variety of injuries while on the job. They can be minor injuries such as muscle strains and ligament … [Read more...] about Work Related Neck Injuries
The Texas Supreme Court Eliminates Workers Rights To File Bad Faith Claim Suits A Houston attorney, Michael Doyle has been fighting for the Texas Supreme Court to revisit one decision that has serious negative implications for employees who need the … [Read more...] about Workers Rights To File Bad Faith Claim Suits