5 Myths about Work-Related Mental Illnesses

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According to recent workplace stress statistics, about 83% of US workers suffer from work-related stress. However, despite the high prevalence of mental illnesses in the workplace, many myths about the condition still exist. Here are just five of the common myths about occupational mental illnesses and how you can seek compensation. 1. Work-Related Mental Illnesses … Read more

Updated: December 6, 2021

Can I Get Workers Compensation for Depression and Anxiety in Missouri?

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If you work in a highly stressful environment and have noticed that your mental health has taken a turn for the worse, here is what you should know. When most people think about workers’ compensation, they think about employees who suffered physical injuries like cuts, broken bones, burns, head injuries, or intoxication. However, they may … Read more

Can I Get a Workers Comp for a Psychological Injury in the Workplace?

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Psychological injuries in the workplace can leave you needing help with even the simplest daily tasks. Here’s what you should know about workers comp for these injuries. Workplace injuries cause both physical and emotional damage to you and your loved ones. The disabilities you face can leave you needing help with even the simplest daily … Read more

Updated: February 6, 2024

Why You Should Look Out for Signs of Depression After a Work Injury

Monitoring your mental health and taking action when symptoms indicate a change in your mental health is very important for your long-term well-being. Depression is one of the mental disorders that can appear or exacerbate symptoms in people who have suffered a work-related injury. Monitoring your mental health and taking action when symptoms indicate a … Read more

Updated: February 19, 2021

7 Signs of Depression After a Work Injury and What You Can Do

Depression is one of the mental disorders that can appear or exacerbate symptoms in people who have suffered a work-related injury. Monitoring your mental health and taking action when symptoms indicate a change in your mental health is very important for your long-term well-being.  Studies show that work-related injuries, especially more serious ones, can increase … Read more

Updated: January 21, 2021

How a Toxic Work Environment Can Affect Your Mental Health

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Many workers work in a setting in which they do not feel welcomed or safe. Here’s how a toxic work environment can affect your mental health. A toxic work environment can mean different things for different people, but in a nutshell, it refers to any environment in which the worker does not feel good or … Read more

Updated: September 11, 2020