Some employers take advantage of the fact that new employees may not understand their rights and are afraid that reporting an injury might lead to the termination of their contract. Getting a new job can be both exciting and scary. You want to … [Read more...] about “Can I Get Workers Compensation If I Got Injured During My Probationary Period?”
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There are several types of workers' compensation claims that may be appropriate for your case. All work has its risk, and if by unfortunate circumstances, you get injured while doing your job or exposed to any danger at work, you may qualify for … [Read more...] about 6 Common Types of Workers Compensation Claims in Missouri
A light-duty assignment is any role at your workplace that is less physically demanding but allows you to be productive and go back to work for your employer, even if you have been injured on the job. If you’re recently been injured on the job and … [Read more...] about “Do I Have to Take Light-Duty After My Work-Related Injury?”
Are you eligible for a workers’ compensation claim if you were exposed or contracted the Coronavirus otherwise known as the COVID-19? This is a question most blue-collar and white-collar workers are seeking an answer to. In most states in … [Read more...] about Can I File for Workers Comp Claim if I Am Exposed to Coronavirus?
In some cases, an expert witness might be needed to demonstrate the worker’s eligibility for workers' compensation. When a worker is injured while performing their job, they are generally covered by workers’ compensation. Through it, the victim … [Read more...] about Do You Need an Expert Witness for Your Workers Compensation Case?
If you’re involved in a workers’ comp case, you may be wondering if you can ever reopen the case after you negotiate a settlement. If you've settled your workers' compensation case, you may later wonder if there is any way to renegotiate the deal, … [Read more...] about Can You Reopen a Workers Comp Case Once It’s Settled?