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Missouri Workers' Compensation Cases in the Age of COVID

As a St. Louis Worker's Compensation attorney who has been practicing for 38 years, I have seen many changes in the legal practice of Missouri Worker's Compensation law. Some of the changes were substantive.

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St. Louis Bankruptcy Lawyer Discusses Types Of Debt Collector Conduct Which May Violate The FDCPA

Injuries happen all of the time, but certain injuries occur in circumstances that make them possible to pursue legally. If you have sustained a significant injury and are now wondering how to proceed, these questions and answers will help guide you to a solution.

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St. Louis Social Security Disability Attorneys Are Pleased To See Progress In Efforts to Reduce Backlog

STL News reports that there are efforts underway to reduces backlogs in the St. Louis and Creve Couer Offices.

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Second Injury Fund

Second Injury Fund is a special fund which is set up in order to provide additional compensation for individuals with pre-existing injuries, disabilities or handicaps. This program started after WWII.

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Missouri Workers Compensation Law Procedural Information Announced By Division

The Division’s website has forms to enable attorneys to accomplish the actions listed below. In order to minimize errors and miscommunication, and to aid Division staff in quickly and accurately tracking case files, please follow these simple procedures.

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House Bill 333 in Missouri’s Legislature Stirs Controversy

Protect Missouri Workers is a nonprofit employee advocacy group that is pushing to protect Missouri workers and their families, specifically those who worked in the chemical, mining, and asbestos industries and were exposed to the poisonous toxin asbestos in the workplace. Despite knowing that asbestos was dangerous to the body, many Missouri companies still put their employees in harm’s way.

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The Three Types of Benefits Provided Under Missouri Workers’ Compensation Law

Here are the three types of benefits that you may be able to get with your workers’ compensation case.

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Why You Need to Act Quickly When Injured on the Job

If you are injured while at work, your employer generally has a responsibility to make sure that you receive adequate medical treatment for your injuries, as well as compensate you for your lost wages while you are not able to work.

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Do I Need Money Up Front for a Workers’ Compensation Case in Missouri?

When you are injured on the job, it can affect your finances in a number of ways. If your workers’ compensation claim was denied by the insurance company, you may have lost wages to account for in your budget.

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Determining Partial or Total Disability: What You Need to Know

When you are seriously injured on the job, you likely expect to go back to work eventually. However, some injuries are so severe that you cannot fully recover from them.

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