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How to Appeal an Adverse Workers’ Comp Decision

Work Injury Claim Denied

Seeking the guidance of a skilled workers’ compensation attorney can assist you in filing an appeal and obtaining the complete and equitable compensation you deserve. When you’ve suffered a work-related injury, the last thing you want is to have your workers’ compensation claim denied or minimized. Unfortunately, adverse decisions are all too common. But a … Read more

Updated: August 28, 2023

Injured at Work – How to Defeat an Employer’s “Equal Exposure” Defense

My Work Injury was Denied

If you were injured at work but your claim is being denied by your employer or their insurance company due to “equal exposure,” contact our law office today! Workers’ compensation laws are supposed to protect the worker injured at work or in the scope of their employment. However, in 2005, Missouri workers’ compensation laws changed … Read more

Updated: May 12, 2022

What’s the Difference Between Workers’ Comp Survivor Benefits & Life Insurance?

missouri widow looking at a bill

If you are a spouse or dependent of a worker who has died on the job in Missouri, the process of understanding the compensation to which you’re entitled can be difficult.  A common topic brought up with St. Louis work injury attorneys is the difference between workers’ compensation benefits and life insurance benefits. Many people … Read more

Updated: March 8, 2021

Reasons Why Your Work Injury Claim May Be Denied

Workers’ compensation benefits are often denied, even when they are legitimate work injury claims. Whether you’ve already had a claim denied and are working with a St. Louis work injury attorney to file an appeal, or you are simply curious about the reasons that workers’ compensation claims can be denied, you’re in the right place. … Read more

Updated: July 30, 2020

What to Do If Workers Compensation Won’t Pay for Your MRI

Workers’ compensation is meant to protect workers who have been injured at work or who suffer from an occupational disease. A health condition can put a lot of stress on workers, especially if they are the main providers for their families. An extensive recovery or disability might put the worker on the sideline for a … Read more

Updated: June 19, 2024

Student Intern Injured on the job – Does He or She Qualify for Workers Comp?

If the intern is unpaid, it can be more difficult to determine whether or not they qualify to receive workers compensation benefits. Working at your first job is an exciting experience, and students are often most curious about how things work, what their future career can look like and how they can exercise their skills … Read more

Updated: September 30, 2019