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Kansas Worker Killed in Construction Site Accident

A construction worker in Kansas died in late July after suffering serious injuries in a workplace accident. The 40-year-old man’s injuries reportedly occurred when his co-workers attempted to use a Read More

How Might Tingling Indicate Workplace Disc or Nerve Damage?

When someone experiences tingling in the hands or feet, it can be an indication of something minor or something serious, ranging from a simple vitamin deficiency to tumors on the Read More

Fall Injuries at Work: To What Compensation is an Employee Entitled?

Falls from high places in Missouri workplaces lead to dozens of deaths and hundreds of serious injuries every year. Most often, this happens in construction occupations. However, slips, trips and Read More

How an Attorney Can Prove a Workplace Brain Injury Occurred

Missouri brain injury lawyers typically work with clients who have suffered traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). These injuries often happen in the workplace — in occupations that are considered dangerous (construction, Read More

Why Sprains and Strains are Serious Workplace Injuries

The most common workplace injuries, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, are sprains and strains. Work-related sprains and strains in Missouri are no different from elsewhere in the Read More

Can a Lifting Injury Qualify You for Workers Compensation Benefits?

Lifting injuries that occur at work in Springfield, MO are much like those in small towns and big cities everywhere. They can happen to almost anyone, in any circumstance. While Read More

Who Is Responsible — and Liable — for a Workplace Death?

Sudden deaths from any cause are the source of much sorrow and loss. However, when death occurs on the job, due to an activity related to employment, it is especially Read More

How Can Work Increase the Risk of a Car Accident?

While Missourians are more likely today to live in cities than in rural areas, most people commute to and from their jobs by car. Further, many occupations require car travel Read More

Can Spinal Fusion Enable an Employee to Continue Working?

Back injuries — the result of the most common workplace accidents — affect productivity, and sometimes create permanent disability. However, modern medicine offers medication, therapy and surgery to address this Read More

Can You Sue Another Company for a Workplace Injury?

While Missouri workers compensation laws are established to reduce legal red tape and litigation, there are instances where a lawsuit is in the best interests of the injured worker. This Read More

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