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When as a car crash driver you’re in a situation where another vehicle’s occupants need help right away, contact Kansas City car accident attorney Stephen C. Mayer to receive the compensation that you deserve in order to fully cover the expenses associated with your accident. To get a free consultation call Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. at 816-941-8949 today.
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Month: November 2016

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When Missouri drivers get into crashes, it’s always best to call authorities to the scene immediately. But what do you do if you’re in a situation where another vehicle’s occupants need help right away, and you don’t have time to wait for emergency help to arrive? Situations like this can occur if a vehicle is…

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Workers in Missouri have to face job hazards at times, though they don’t always come in the form of accidents or injuries. Job-related illnesses are harder to pinpoint for various reasons, but they still affect people like you all across the state. Haz-Map, a site dedicated to mapping out both occupational diseases and hazardous chemicals,…

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If you are a resident of Missouri and you have lost a loved one in an accident, you may have heard the term “loss of companionship”. But what exactly does this mean, and does it apply to your situation? In short, as stated by The Free Dictionary, a loss of consortium is another, more common…

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Workplaces in Missouri can be a breeding ground for germs and sickness that can impact all workers. However, many of these different workplace-related illnesses can be fought by taking the appropriate preventative measures that lower, limit, or even eliminate certain health threats. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, good health habits can…

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There are some workers in Missouri who take the occupational risk of being exposed to tuberculosis. It is therefore considered an occupational illness in some fields. But what are the risk factors that contribute to tuberculosis as an occupational disease? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, state that tuberculosis is an occupational…

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