How Do Undocumented Workers Deal With On-Site Injuries?
If you get injured on the job in Missouri, you are entitled to compensation in many cases. Kansas City workers compensation attorney Stephen C. Mayer at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C., understands that as an undocumented worker, you may be too confused or frightened to look into compensation immediately.
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Month: September 2016

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If you get injured on the job in Missouri, you are entitled to compensation in many cases. However, we at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C., understand that as an undocumented worker, you may be too confused or frightened to look into compensation immediately. First of all, be aware of the fact that you are still eligible…

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People in Missouri are used to occasionally turbulent weather. Sometimes, they may even need to drive despite the fact that the weather is at less than optimum conditions. So how can drivers prepare to face potential stormy weather when they need to go out? The first thing to keep in mind is that cars can…

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Missouri residents like you have to face all kinds of weather conditions while on the road. However, while most people consider ice to be the most dangerous, wet roads can also cause a lot of accidents. How can you avoid getting into a crash because of the rain? The Travelers Companies states that rainy-weather driving…

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From drowsiness to texting and other distractions, there are a number of factors that affect an individual’s ability to drive. However, in Kansas City, and across the whole state of Missouri, alcohol consumption is especially troubling and can have a significant impact on driving ability, depending on the level of intoxication. When a drunk driver…

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