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Workers' Compensation and Construction Injuries
Construction workers must deal with some of the most dangerous working conditions faced by workers in any industry.
Proving Repetitive Injury in a Workman’s Compensation Claim
Your body can be affected by constant repetitive motions in ways that you are entirely unaware of for years. These types of workplace related injuries, known as repetitive injury can occur on the back, hands, elbows, shoulders and wrists.
Are Servers and Bartenders Protected by the Fair Labor Standards Act?
Restaurants have to pay servers and bartenders minimum wage for non-tipped work or risk violating the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Meeting with a Workers' Compensation Lawyer
If you are having problems receiving your workers' compensation benefits, request a consultation with a Missouri workers' compensation attorney.
Overtime and Wage Claims
Know your rights when it comes to the wages that your employer must pay you.
Is my business too small for the Law? The benefits of forming an LLC.
The benefits of forming an LLC over maintaining a sole proprietorship or basic partnership.
Dr. Strangelove or: How I learned to stop worrying about Obamacare and just deal with it
A quick summary of an In-House counsels view on Obamacare and it's potential impact on your business.
Workers' Compensation and Knee Injuries
Workers who are required to perform the same functions on a continual basis often suffer from what is known as repetitive motion injuries.
Should You Accept the Workers' Compensation Settlement Offer?
Receiving your workers' compensation benefits is not always as simple as the system was initially designed to be.
Workers' Compensation and Construction Accidents
The construction industry has the highest rate of non-fatal and fatal work-related injuries.
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