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Can You Still Make a Claim If No One Witnessed Your Work Injury?

If you have been injured on the job and no one witnessed it, you may be unsure about how to approach this delicate situation. Here's what to do.

False Sexual Assault Charges

If you are accused of a sex crime that you didn’t commit, you should immediately hire a criminal defense lawyer that specializes on such cases.

Light Duty Worker After a St. Louis Work Injury

If a doctor determines your health condition is not too severe, they may say you are fit for light or modified duty.

Workers Compensation for Missouri Healthcare Workers

Proving your infection was contracted within the scope of your employment will be difficult, but not an impossible task.

What Happens When Accusers Changes Story

Being accused of rape or any kind of sex crime can turn your life upside down. Being charged with Criminal Sexual Conduct (CSC) in Michigan can truly change the course of your life and the lives of your loved ones.

Public Bargaining in light of Chapter 20 Changes

This article covers the major changes to public bargaining in Iowa after the 2017 Legislative revisions to Chapter 20.

Evaluation and Discipline of Employees

The purpose of this article is to cover ways for managers to successfully evaluate, discipline and terminate employees.

Common Public Sector Employment Issues

The article covers employment issues that cause problems for employers--such as background checks, documentation and discipline.

Employment at Will: A State-by-State Survey, Second Editionhis treatise provides a comprehensive analysis of the employmen

This treatise provides a comprehensive analysis of the employment at will doctrine in every state. The desk reference uses the same set of topics for each state, facilitating both comparative and single-state research.

4 Workers’ Compensation Trends To Watch For in 2019

Here are 4 workers comp trends to look out for in 2019.

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