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St. Louis Work Comp Attorney Explains the Risks for Factory Workers

For more than 20 years, the Law Office of James M. Hoffmann has been protecting the rights of injured workers in St. Louis. We will strive to resolve your claim quickly. Factory workers and assembly line workers, are prone to many serious workplace injuries. Many workers are required to stand on their feet for prolonged periods … Read more

Updated: October 14, 2022

Workplace Violence – St. Louis Work Compensation for Injuries

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If you are unsure of how to file a work injury claim after being attacked at work, a Missouri work compensation attorney can help you. There is an expectation of being safe from harm in the workplace. Intentional injury inflicted onto you while at work is generally covered by workers’ compensation benefits. If you are unsure of how … Read more

Updated: June 29, 2016

Oil and Gas Workers at an Increased Risk Of Injury

Workers in the oil and gas industry are exposed to some of the most hazardous workplace conditions in the United States. It is not uncommon for injuries sustained in workplace accidents in these injuries to result in very serious physical damage or even death. Oil and gas accidents can be extremely serious and can have … Read more

Updated: November 9, 2022

Walmart Reaches a Settlement With The U.S. Dept of Labor

If you have been affected by unsafe workplace conditions, you should contact a Missouri workers compensation lawyer. Walmart Stores, Inc. has come to a settlement with the U.S. Department of Labor, an agreement that is intended to improve the health and safety conditions in the 2,857 Walmart and Sam’s Club stores that fall under federal … Read more

Updated: August 27, 2013

Workers’ Compensation: Top Hazards and Statistics

Some industries present more hazards to workers and work environments that are riskier than others. But all sorts of different work environments can present different types of hazards to employees. For instance, office workers may not be regularly exposed to toxic chemicals, but office employees may be at risk of developing repetitive motion injuries. From … Read more

Updated: August 6, 2013