Legal Articles, Employment

The Differences Between Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Claims

Here are the most critical distinctions between workers’ compensation and personal injury claims. We’ve also provided information on how to file each type of claim.

Top 4 Facts for Injured Employees in Missouri

Here are the pertinent facts every injured worker should know about workers' compensation.

5 Common Injuries Sustained by Amusement Park Workers

Here are five common injuries you may suffer as an amusement park worker.

5 Common Work Injuries Among Nurses

Here’s a closer look at five common nursing injuries to help you keep safe.

Missouri Workers' Compensation for Violence Against Teachers

Whenever there is a violent confrontation in the classroom, teachers can become victims of heinous acts such as stabbings, shootings, and assault, which can lead to serious injuries.

“No Wage Theft Loophole Act” Passed in New York

The State of New York recently passed a bill closing what many considered a “loophole” in the state’s laws protecting employees against wage theft. Previously, while labor law in New York made it unlawful to withhold portions of an employee’s wage, it was unclear under what circumstances employers could seek exemption. The explicit purpose of Senate Bill S858 is “to clarify that Article 6 of New York’s Labor Law completely and without exception prohibits lack of distribution of earned wages.”

COVID-19 and Wisconsin Worker's Compensation Claims

A brief summary of COVID-19 as a Wisconsin Worker's Compensation Claim

Is Work-Related PTSD Covered by Missouri Workers’ Compensation?

According to the National Mental Health Centre, one out of ten Americans suffers trauma during their lifetime. A significant percentage of this group goes on to develop PTSD symptoms immediately or months after a traumatic event.

Missouri Workers Compensation for Occupational Asthma

While occupational asthma is recognized as an occupational disease, you must prove that your condition is not an ordinary disease of life before you can qualify for financial compensation.

Fault and pre-existing conditions in workers’ compensation claims

Fault and pre-existing conditions in workers’ compensation claims

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