Workers Compensation for Industrial Diseases – Kansas City Attorney

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Industrial diseases refer to terminal illnesses or chronic injuries caused by long term exposure to toxins in the workplace. Industrial workers are exposed to a variety of reactive agents, carcinogens and chemicals that are harmful to health. Workers can inhale, touch or ingest toxins overtime or in large quantities resulting in occupational illnesses. In this … Read more

Updated: June 14, 2019

Missouri Workers Compensation for Electrocution at a Construction Site

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Missouri construction workers face a high risk of electrocution in the workplace. Electrocution is one of the many risks that construction workers face each day at work. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), nearly 350 construction workers suffer fatal electrocution in the workplace each year, and many others are severely injured. Most … Read more

Updated: July 29, 2019

Kansas City Workers Compensation Lawyer: Work Related Accidents Construction Site

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Construction sites are breeding grounds for accidents due to the presence of a variety of hazards. Every year, thousands of construction site accidents are reported, and while some of them are unavoidable accidents, others are preventable and occur because of a lack of safety precautions. Slip and Fall Accidents These are probably the most common of … Read more

Updated: July 8, 2021

Workers’ Compensation Benefits for Construction Site Injuries

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Employees working on a construction site are exposed to many risks for work-related injuries. These risks are due to the presence of heavy machinery, tools and gear, and working at heights or underground. Despite the presence of these risks, the employer has the responsibility to ensure their employees remain relatively protected and employee safety should be the foremost concern of the … Read more

Updated: August 21, 2019