Manhattan Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Kansas

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Stephen W. Boyda (3.5 miles)
Contract, Employment, Estate Planning, Family Law, Labor Law
320 Sunset Avenue,
Manhattan, KS 66502, Riley County
Rodney C. Olsen (2.6 miles)
Employment, Criminal, Personal Injury, Corporate, Family Law
323 Poyntz, #204
Manhattan, KS 66502, Riley County
Richard H. Seaton (2.4 miles)
Real Estate, Workers' Compensation
410 Humboldt,
Manhattan, KS 66502, Riley County
Thomas Dean Addair (2.2 miles)
Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Products Liability, Workers' Compensation, Mediation
900 Poyntz Avenue,
Manhattan, KS 66502, Riley County
Elizabeth Amanda Smoller (8.0 miles)
Employment, Tax, Real Estate, Business & Trade, Corporate
Manhattan, KS 66505, Riley County
Walter P. Robertson (18.0 miles)
Employment, Legal Malpractice, Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation
910 S Washington, Po Box 1325
Junction City, KS 66441, Geary County

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Sample KS Workers' Compensation Cases

... The Kansas Workers Compensation Act does not require a worker to seek or accept such employment. KSA 44-510e(a) contains no requirement that an injured worker make a good-faith effort to seek postinjury employment to mitigate the employer's liability. ...

... Casco did not create a rebuttable presumption that an injured worker may be able to work productively; Casco merely applied long ... Dillons if she had believed that parallel injuries would be treated as scheduled, and not nonscheduled, injuries for workers compensation purposes ...

... In this workers compensation appeal, we decide whether a claimant may recover expert witness fees when the fees are incurred in pursuit of post-award medical benefits. ... It appears that the Workers Compensation Advisory Council requested the changes. ...

... In sum, when a worker has suffered a permanent and total disability as defined under the workers'-compensation statute, there's no reason for that person to seek further employment. In addition, the 246 statutory formula for ...

... KSA 44-510c sets out the rules for paying benefits to a worker who is totally disabled, whether temporarily or permanently. KSA 44-510d provides for compensation for workers who are permanently, but not totally, disabled and who have an injury specifically listed in the ...

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