Should you put some money away to prepare to pay taxes on your workers' compensation benefits? What about Social Security Disability Income? Will that be affected? If you’ve been injured on the job and you have settled your workers' compensation … [Read more...] about “Do I Have To Pay Tax on Workers’ Compensation in Missouri?”
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If you have suffered work-related injuries in the past and filed for workers’ compensation, you might be worried that this could be frowned on by future employers. Looking for a new job is stressful enough. You have to go to interviews and wait … [Read more...] about Can My New Employer Find Out If I Filed for Workers’ Compensation in the Past?
Some of the most common injuries resulting in workers’ compensation claims are arthritis and degenerative disc disease. In the state of Missouri, if a workplace injury causes these injuries (or aggravates them if they are pre-existing), you may … [Read more...] about Is Degenerative Disc Disease Work-Related?
Your workers compensation claim may be denied if your employer or the doctor they send you to says that your injury is not work-related. If you are injured at work in Missouri, you may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. However, your … [Read more...] about What To Do If the Doctor or Says Your Injury Is Not Work-Related?
Exposure to traumatic events can impact a person’s mental health and even cause Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). When you become a first responder, you may feel prepared for all the job's potential risks. Regular training for protocol and … [Read more...] about Missouri Workers Compensation Benefits for First Responders Experiencing PTSD
People who are addicted to drugs or alcohol may work when high or drunk – which can pose serious safety risks. Almost 21 million Americans struggle with addiction. People who are addicted to drugs or alcohol may work when high or drunk – which can … [Read more...] about “I Was Injured by an Intoxicated Coworker – What Should I Do?”