Workers’ Compensation for Injured Healthcare Workers

health care professional

Healthcare professionals do the wonderful job of caring for those who are sick, injured, and need medical help. Medical assistants, nurses, and transportation workers in the healthcare sector play a crucial role in the running of a hospital. Often, they are the first ones to report for duty and are the last ones to leave. … Read more

Updated: November 11, 2019

Filing a Third-Party Claim

third party claim

If a worker is injured by the negligence of another company, the injured worker may have a third-party claim. Workplace accidents are a common occurrence in the United States. While some accidents may cause minor injuries, other accidents, such as fires and explosions can cause serious injuries and even fatalities. Some workplace accidents are caused by the … Read more

Updated: June 17, 2016

Workers Comp Claim for Ligament Tears

torn ligament

These injuries can be extremely painful, and may adversely affect a person’s ability to perform his/her daily duties. Missouri workers are prone to a wide variety of injuries including fractures, muscle strains, and ligament tears. These injuries can be extremely painful, and may adversely affect a person’s ability to perform his/her daily duties. The worker would also need … Read more

Updated: November 6, 2019

Degenerative Bone Disease and Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Degenerative Bone Disease

A person may be at risk of developing a degenerative bone disease because of the activities he or she performs in the workplace. Constant wear and tear can lead to degeneration of the bones and joints. One way in which a person can relieve the stress on their joints is to maintain a healthy weight. However, a person … Read more

Updated: July 17, 2023

Missouri Workers’ Compensation for Epicondylitis

Epicondylitis may be hard to diagnose because the pain and other symptoms mimic many other conditions. Many work-related injuries are caused by the overuse of muscles due to an accident or the prolonged and repetitive motion of the same set of muscles. One such condition common among workers is epicondylitis, which is a musculoskeletal disorder that involves … Read more

Updated: November 6, 2019

Intracerebral Hemorrhage Caused by a Workplace Accident

Intracerebral Hemorrhage Lawyer

An employee who suffers a work-related brain injury may need extensive treatment and an extended period of time off work for treatment and recovery. A work-related head or brain injury can have life altering consequences for the injured worker. One of the most serious effects of brain trauma is a complication known as intracerebral hemorrhage, which if left untreated … Read more

Updated: January 29, 2017