Understanding Musculoskeletal Injuries and Missouri Workers’ Comp


A workers’ compensation lawyer can help you protect your legal rights, prioritize your health, and seek workers’ comp benefits for work-related musculoskeletal injuries. The human body is greatly limited in its capacity for physical activity. Unrealistic deadlines and milestones can put workers at risk of muscle strains, tears, and overextension injuries. These are painful and … Read more

Updated: March 23, 2023

Preventing Workplace Amputations: Simple Tips for a Safer Work Environment


Protect yourself and others from workplace amputations with these simple tips. Call (314) 361-4300 to speak with a St. Louis workers compensation attorney. Unfortunately, workplace accidents happen, and amputation is a real risk. This is particularly common in high-risk industries like construction, manufacturing, and agriculture. However, simple steps can be taken to prevent amputations from … Read more

Updated: March 6, 2023

Does Daylight Savings Increase the Chance of Workplace Injuries?

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Here’s how losing an hour of sleep during daylight saving time can increase workplace accidents and tips for staying alert, preventing fatigue, and staying safe. Soon, the birds will be chirping, the flowers will be blooming, and the days will be getting longer. For many, spring is a time of new beginnings and renewed energy. … Read more

Why Do Hoist Accidents Happen? – St. Louis Work Injury Lawyers

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Common causes of hoist accidents include exceeding the weight limit, poor assembly, component failure, poor training, and inadequate inspection. Employers are responsible for providing their employees with a safe working environment. However, not all employers are keen on this and thus put employees at a high risk of injury and death. Take the example of … Read more

Updated: February 21, 2023

4 Common Hazards Missouri Wastewater Treatment Workers Face

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Drowning, slips, trips, falls, exposure to high noise levels from equipment, and exposure to hazardous chemicals or gases are common hazards faced by wastewater treatment workers. A typical day for a water treatment maintenance worker often involves monitoring and adjusting equipment and performing maintenance and repairs. It’s a tiring job, but someone has to do … Read more