workers’ compensation

Personal Injury Attorney, Make the Right Call

July 18, 2023

When looking for a personal injury attorney, knowing how to make the right choice for your specific case can be difficult. You want to have the confidence your personal injury attorney has the best qualities and is prepared if your case ends up going to…

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Sport physiotherapist and patient with leg injury during training with crutches

A Personal Injury Attorney Will Speak For You

September 6, 2022

There’s a lot a personal injury attorney can do to help you after an accident. Being injured can not only be expensive, painful, and stressful but it can also disrupt your life. Extensive medical treatment and physical therapy may be required to fully return to…

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Study Finds Falls Still Killing Too Many Construction Workers

June 26, 2018

By: Eric T. Chaffin The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recently published a new study in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine. According to the study, falls remain a persistent cause of work-related injuries and deaths, with the construction and oil and…

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America’s Most Dangerous Jobs

April 16, 2018

By: Valerie Johnson Bomb testers? Bail bondsmen? Stunt doubles? Sure, those are dangerous jobs. But plenty of ordinary, everyday jobs also make the cut for America’s Most Dangerous Jobs. Here is our top 10 list of notoriously dangerous jobs: Loggers / Landscapers / Groundskeepers: Watch out…

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Was the Drilling Company Negligent in Five Oil-Rig Deaths?

February 14, 2018

By: Eric Chaffin On Monday, January 22, 2018, an explosion rocked an oil rig south of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Reports showed that 16 employees escaped with minor injuries, with one employee airlifted to a nearby hospital with burn injuries. Five more employees, however, were too close…

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First responders could be eligible for worker’s compensation

January 26, 2018

by Elizabeth Hoffman Thursday, December 21st 2017 JEFFERSON CITY — Governor Eric Greitens announced his support for a policy change that would make firefighters, police officers and first responders eligible for workers’ compensation. Issues would range to include cancer due to exposure to stress. Jefferson City…

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