Because workers' compensation claims can become complicated, it is important to consult with a Missouri workers' compensation lawyer. Millions of workers in the United States perform hazardous tasks as a part of their employment duties and many … [Read more...] about Claiming Workers’ Compensation Benefits
Work Related Injury
Establishing Future Medical Expenses
The full extent of a work injury often takes time to present itself. On top of that, you may suffer from pain associated with the injury for months or even years after the incident. Secondary ailments may also arise as a result of the initial injury … [Read more...] about Establishing Future Medical Expenses
Answers to Common Missouri Workers’ Comp Questions
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 … [Read more...] about Answers to Common Missouri Workers’ Comp Questions
Communicate Effectively With Your Employer After a Work Injury
Communicating issues to an employer is generally better than an employer only being informed through paperwork. Employers are required to maintain workers’ compensation insurance for their employees. They must do so not only to protect their … [Read more...] about Communicate Effectively With Your Employer After a Work Injury
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 … [Read more...] about Walmart Reaches a Settlement With The U.S. Dept of Labor
What Are “Ghost” Insurance Policies?
Without proof of workers’ compensation insurance, construction crews usually will not get hired. Unfortunately, some in the construction industry illegally circumvent these laws in order to save money. For example, in North Carolina, … [Read more...] about What Are “Ghost” Insurance Policies?