Reaching Maximum Medical Improvement

work injury

A doctor will decide when you have reached maximum medical improvement, no longer needing medical care. A St. Louis employee who is injured on the job has the right to have those injuries treated at no cost to them. This is the basis of workers’ compensation insurance. Private health insurance is not obligated to pay those expenses, … Read more

Updated: January 17, 2019

Are Missouri Teachers Underpaid After Workers’ Comp Injuries?

Calculating the wages of a full-time employee who earns his or her wages over a period of less time, should not look the same as calculations for an employee who earns their wages during a 12 month period. When an employee experiences an injury at work, the workers’ compensation system is designed to protect the injured … Read more

Updated: November 11, 2019

Answers to Common Missouri Workers’ Comp Questions

Law Office of James M. Hoffmann

When you become injured while on the job there are a lot of questions that will need to be answered. Most people do not think about workers’ compensation until they experience a workplace injury. But it is a good idea for employees to be aware of what their employer’s workers’ comp policy is and what … Read more

Updated: April 14, 2017