Temporary injuries are injuries that do not leave permanent damage and from which you can recover completely in a relatively short period of time. Sometimes, work injuries are inevitable. No matter how careful you are or the precautions you are … [Read more...] about Temporary Work Injuries – What Are They and Do They Qualify for Workers Comp?
Work Related Injuries
A burn injury at work can leave a worker needing temporary or permanent disability benefits. Employees injured at work are generally entitled to workers compensation benefits to cover the costs of their medical treatment, as well as for any time … [Read more...] about Burn Injuries Take Time to Heal – How Much Can You Recover From Your Claim?
Burned-out employees are 23% more likely to visit the emergency room. Many employers have to deal with employee burnout, and this trend is on the rise. One Gallup study of roughly 7,500 full-time workers discovered that 23% of them felt burned … [Read more...] about Burnout Is Becoming an Epidemic, But Is It Covered By Workers Compensation?
Construction workers face a number of hazards in the workplace. If you have been injured you should be receiving all of your benefits. Construction site workers have to deal with various hazards on a daily basis. Their work is very strenuous and … [Read more...] about Construction Site Injuries to Be Aware of – What to Do after an Accident
Home healthcare workers provide a very important service, however they are subjected to many different types of health hazards and risks. Home healthcare workers and nursing assistants provide very important services in the state of Missouri. … [Read more...] about Work Comp Benefits for Injured Home Healthcare Workers
The law only states that a scar derived from a work-related injury has to be “serious and permanent” to be compensated. A work-related injury can result in lost wages, isolation, pain, uncomfortable and expensive doctor visits, medical bills, and … [Read more...] about Do Workers Compensation Benefits Cover Disfigurement and Scars?