Legal Articles, Occupational Safety & Health

Cigna Survey: U.S. Workers Unprepared and Underinsured

A blog post about a survey conducted by Cigna investigating American workers' insurance coverage and plans for sustaining an income in the event of a disabling illness or injury.

Court Upholds Termination of Waitress Attacked by Supervisor

A blog post about a case involving a waitress being verbally and physically attacked by a supervisor, and then being terminated by the restaurant six days later.

What Is Third-Party Liability?

A blog post about what constitutes a third-party liability claim.

The Distinctions Of Worker’s Compensation And Personal Injury

A blog post which outlines the characteristics of worker's compensation as well as personal injury and when to file a personal injury lawsuit instead of a worker's compensation claim.

5 Most Common Injuries to Nurses

Nurses and care givers are hurt more often than any other profession in Missouri. Learn more about the 5 Most Common Injuries to Nurses and let's start working to prevent them.

Injured Nurses Are Working Hurt

Almost 20,000 nurses were hurt at work in Missouri during 2016. However, only 1,544 of those injured nurses filed a Missouri Workers Comp Claim. Nurses account for almost 20% of all reported injuries in Missouri. With so many injuries and so few claims filed, we know that nurses are working hurt.

Primer on Severance Agreements

The purpose of a separation/severance agreement is to minimize risk from employment termination, to compensate an employee for employment loss, and, contractually, to finalize the employment relationship. It is an important tool for employers.

What Types of Monetary Compensation Are Available for Workers Compensation Claims?

It's important to understand what workers' compensation is and how it works.

Can Part Time Employees Recieve Workers Compensation?

Learn how Georgia workers' compensation law works with regard to part time employees.

Traveling Injuries and Workers’ Compensation

Understand how workers' compensation in the state of Georgia works in the case of traveling injuries.

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