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What to Do After a Car Accident

To ensure that you don’t end up doing something you will regret, forgetting something you need to do, or leaving wishing you had done things differently, carry this step by step advice guide with you.

What Are Common Workplace Injuries?

In 2013, there was an estimated three million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses in the United States. Most injuries on the job result from repetitive motions, falls, handling materials, and more.

I Was Injured At Work! Now What?

Being hurt on the job is no fun. If you have sustained a job-related injury, your employer may be responsible for helping you recover lost wages and medical bills.

Compensation for Violence in the Workplace

Violence in the workplace encompasses any act that is either physical in nature, intimidating, harassing or threatening or disruptive behaviors which occur in the workplace.

How Is Comparative Negligence Calculated?

If you are in an accident in Missouri, the at-fault driver is responsible for paying for any resulting damages and injuries. Many times, only one driver is deemed responsible and negligent, however there are times when both parties can be responsible and held liable.

Unique Factors in Litigating the Tanker Truck Rollover Case

Tanker truck rollover accidents involve some unique issues from other 18 wheeler accidents. Truck accident lawyers need to be familiar with these nuances when they handle these cases.

Occupational Hazards (Knee, Shoulder and Joint Injuries) Caused by Work

Workers compensation claims can result from pain due to:  Bending over Repeatedly, Physical Stress, Carpal Tunnel, Lifting Heavy Objects, Overuse Syndrome, Unsuitable Working Conditions, Standing or kneeling for Extended Periods, and Slips and Falls.

Back and Neck Injuries from Work

Overview of Back and Neck Injuries from Work and steps to take in your Workers Compensation Claim.

What to do if you are in a Hit and Run Accident

What to do if you are involved in a hit and run accident.

Office Injuries Workers Compensation

Office Injuries Leading to Workers' Compensation Claims

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