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Under Missouri’s workers’ compensation law, workers’ compensation policies may provide a range of different benefits to injured workers. Therefore, this should be considered only as general information and not taken as professional legal advice.
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Month: February 2015

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The effects of workplace accidents can be devastating for workers in Kansas City, and throughout the state of Missouri. Often, such accidents result in serious injuries. As a result, workers may require medical treatment and care, as well as time away from work for recovery. In these situations, people commonly rely on their employer’s workers’…

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Motor vehicle accidents are common in Kansas City, and throughout Missouri. According to a report by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, there were more than 142,000 car accidents in 2011 alone. That was the most recent year for which statistics were available. Despite how common collisions are, most drivers do not plan to be involved…

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Occasionally, people in Kansas City, and other localities, choose to flee from authorities, rather than stopping and answering for their actions. In these cases, they often do so without concern for the safety of those around them who are uninvolved. When this happens, it can put the lives of other, law-abiding citizens in grave danger.…

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Not all work-related injuries in Missouri, and elsewhere, are sustained as the result of suffering some type of trauma. Many medical conditions are caused by repetitive motion or activity, which results in wear and tear on the body. These conditions are often referred to as repetitive stress injuries, or musculoskeletal disorders. The Bureau of Labor…

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