Can You Collect Worker’s Comp For A Mental Health Condition?
An individual may develop a mental illness, such as anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder, over time due to work conditions or …Read More
Can My Worker’s Comp Claim Be Denied?
Workmen’s compensation was designed to provide employees with income to pay for living expenses and medical bills while recovering from …Read More
Can An Insurer Deny Workman’s Comp For Lost Wages & Medical Costs?
After an employee has been injured on the job and notified all of the proper parties, it is only natural …Read More
Women Are at Risk of Work Injuries, Too
If you do not personally know someone who has suffered a serious injury at work, then your mental image of …Read More
The Step By Step Guide: How to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim
In the state of Missouri (and everywhere else in the United States), employers are legally required to pay workers’ compensation …Read More
Claiming Compensation: How to Get the Most Out of a Workers Comp Claim
There have been more than 2.8 million work-related injuries recorded in the past year. Most of these injuries involve a workers comp …Read More
Chronic Pain and Full-Time Employment: How Much Is Too Much?
The sound of an alarm clock or cell phone alarm ringing on a workday is unpleasant for most people, but …Read More
Do Workers’ Compensation Benefits Pay for Cancer Treatment?
Not all work injuries are slip and fall injuries on warehouse floors or wet docks. In fact, some of them …Read More
Vocational Rehabilitation and Maintenance Benefits Can Be a Boon to Injured Workers
Healthy people often daydream about what it would be like not to have to go to work, but many people …Read More