It is not easy for some people to tell the differences between workers' compensation cases and personal injury lawsuits. The major difference between these two is that you need to prove fault in a personal injury lawsuit, but the same is not required … [Read more...] about What are the Differences Between Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Cases?
Lower body injuries are not uncommon for workers in construction, manufacturing, and other sectors. Falls, slips, collisions, and other accidents can cause injuries of the foot, ankle, knee, and hip. However, to be eligible for workers' compensation, … [Read more...] about Missouri Workers’ Compensation and Lower Body Injuries
Workers' Compensation is designed to protect the interests of both employees and employers. The Workers' Compensation system protects the rights of injured employees. It also saves their employer from litigation that may arise out of a workplace … [Read more...] about What Employers Need to Know About Workers’ Compensation
Kansas City work injury lawyer James M. Hoffmann discusses why injured workers should file for workers compensation. Under the Missouri workers compensation system, an injured worker is entitled to medical benefits, and also disability benefits if … [Read more...] about Why Injured Workers Should File for Workers’ Compensation
Construction sites are among the most hazardous workplaces. Falling objects, heavy equipment, and faulty scaffolding make the working environment hazardous for the construction workers. Every year, thousands of workers get injured and even killed at … [Read more...] about Workers Compensation: Construction Accidents
Symptoms of injuries occurring due to repetitive lifting might not show immediately. Many workers perform lifting, pushing, and pulling actions several times a day. Due to this repeated action, the worker may get injured, and it can affect his … [Read more...] about Workers Compensation: Lifting Injuries in the Workplace