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Workers Compensation Attorney Upholds Injured Workers Rights

April 7, 2020

A workers compensation attorney protects the legal rights of people who have been injured on the job or exposed to an occupational disease arising out of and in the course of their employment in Liberty, Kansas City, Blue Springs and Independence, MO. Regardless of the circumstances and the status of your claim, you are entitled…

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Workers Compensation Attorney Advocates For Injured Workers

October 15, 2019

  A workers compensation attorney can help if you have been injured on the job. You may be entitled to reimbursement for lost wages, payment of medical bills, vocational rehabilitation, and more. Whatever your injury may be, whether caused by a sudden accident, environmental exposure, or the result of repetitive work-related activities, a workers compensation…

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Workers’ Compensation Basics in Missouri

January 23, 2018

Workers’ compensation is an employer-funded, state-mandated system that provides benefits to workers who are injured either on the job or while they are engaging in work activities. It also covers employees who are exposed to dangerous substances and suffer long-term health issues or diseases because of that exposure. These benefits are extremely valuable to injured…

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Notice Requirements for Workers’ Compensation in NolMO

May 14, 2017

Workers’ compensation is a highly valuable benefit system in Missouri. It provides employees with extremely helpful benefits if they are unable to work or have sustained medical expenses because of a work injury or accident. For the system to function properly, both employers and employees must follow certain notice requirements set out by workers’ compensation…

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Worker’s Compensation: Have You Been Injured on the Job?

August 14, 2014

Have You Been Injured on the Job? What if Your Employer Has No Workers’ Compensation Insurance? In most states, employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance to cover workplace injuries sustained by their employees. Workers’ compensation insurance is a “no fault” system which allows every employee to receive benefits for a job-related injury, regardless…

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