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How Do I File a Claim for Workers' Compensation in St. Louis?

Before you accept any settlement, it is crucial to have a professional verify that you are receiving fair compensation for your work-related injuries.

Clearing Up 3 Myths About Workers' Compensation Claims

Clearing Up 3 Myths About Workers' Compensation Claims

Can You Apply For Both Workers' Compensation And SSDI?

Can You Apply For Both Workers' Compensation And SSDI?

High Court Changes Cumis Landscape

This article discusses a case from the Calif Supreme Court that changes the "Cumis" Landscape

Ninth Circuit Grants a Small Reprieve to the Abuse of Discretion Standard of Review

Ninth Circuit ruling That Discretionary Language Provisions in Self-Funded ERISA Will Apply

Plan Administrators Cannot Violate their Fiduciary Duties by Failing to Provide Proper Notice of Policy Amendments; ERISA Plan Exclusions/Limits May N

Discussion of new Ninth Circuit case: King v. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois UPS, No. 15-55880 (Ninth Cir. Sep. 8, 2017)

Robert McKennon and Stephanie Talavera Publish Article in the Los Angeles Daily Journal: "An Agent of the Insurer."

Column entitled “An Agent of the Insurer,” covering a very important new Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals case, Salyers v. Metro. Life Ins. Co., 2017 DJDAR 9291 (Sept. 20, 2017).

Claiming Missouri Workers Compensation for Gradual Hearing Loss

FAQ: Can I claim workers compensation for gradual hearing loss?

When a workplace injury falls outside of workers’ compensation

When a workplace injury falls outside of workers’ compensation

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