How To Lessen Back Pain
When you face job-related back strain or injury at any type of job, contact a Kansas City work injury attorney Stephen C. Mayer is not only representing clients in workers compensation claims but also educating them on their rights when they have suffered job site injuries.
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Month: October 2015

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Job-related back strain or injury can happen to any worker at any type of job in Missouri. These injuries often cause sufferers discomfort and pain, which can distract them from their work and lower the quality of their life. However, there are ways to lessen the pain and make it more manageable. Though the treatment…

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Missouri residents who have suffered a workplace injury may be eligible to claim workers’ compensation benefits. These benefits are identified and paid based in part upon the type of injury incurred and whether or not a temporary or permanent disability resulted. Disabilities are also broken down and classified as partial or total for a total…

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It is common to hear a lot about auto accidents that cause serious injuries or even death around major holidays such as Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. However, Missouri drivers should be always aware of the dangers that distracted drivers, drunk drivers or inattentive drivers pose…

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In Missouri, drunk driving impacts many people yearly. The car accidents caused by impaired drivers can take an immense toll on the lives and livelihood of those who are involved. This can be seen in one recent case, where a Missouri mother’s letter about DUI crashes has gone viral. The mother, 22 years old, lost…

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