Legal Articles, Workers' Compensation

Can I Lose My Job If a Work Injury Was My Fault?

Wrongful termination is a complex issue, especially considering that unless you have proof the employer violated your rights by firing you, they are free to terminate any contract they choose.

What to Do If a Workers' Compensation Carrier Denies Your Claim

A brief explanation of how to go about fighting a denied workers' compensation claim.

You Have the Right to Refuse to Enter Dangerous Confined Spaces

Workers cannot be forced to enter dangerous confined spaces.

Can you get workers' compensation for a rotator cuff injury?

Rotator Cuff Injuries are very common work injuries.

Don't let chronic back pain jeopardize your earning ability

How to handle chronic back pain and work injuries

Is Work-Related Stress and Anxiety Covered by Workers Compensation in Missouri?

In the state of Missouri, workers’ compensation laws include mental injuries in the list of injuries that can be covered.

Does Workers Compensation Cover Dental Injuries?

A workplace injury doesn’t always mean a broken bone or a cut. Some injuries can be completely unexpected and don’t fit what most people expect from an injury that occurs at work.

Reporting a Work Injury to Your Employer

Because workers' compensation laws can be quite complex, it’s best to speak with an experienced St. Louis workers compensation lawyer who can tell you what your chances are of receiving benefits for your injuries.

What If My Employer Is At Fault For My Work Injury?

Sometimes, an injured worker may be wondering if they’re not better off suing their employer if they are at fault for the accident.

Why You Should Care About Changes in 401(k) Contribution Limits

Why You Should Care About Changes in 401(k) Contribution Limits

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