What Is A Third Party Claim?
Missouri workers often face risks of injury while on the job. These risks can stem from a number of different factors, and can even be caused by a third party. Kansas City workers compensation attorney Stephen C. Mayer at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C., wishes to help you understand how to handle a situation in which a third party was involved or responsible for your injury.
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Month: February 2017

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Missouri workers often face risks of injury while on the job. These risks can stem from a number of different factors, and can even be caused by a third party. We here at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C., wish to help you understand how to handle a situation in which a third party was involved or…

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Employees may face a number of risks on the job, dealing with the possibility of everything from injury to illness and more. However, when people are considering the possible hazards to their health, many forget to consider one key factor: temperature. Hot temperatures on the worksite can pose a serious threat to workers, whether it…

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When Missouri boat owners like you hit the waters, it’s likely with the hopes of having a relaxing day. Unfortunately, some boaters can drive while under the influence, causing accidents that we at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C., will highlight the dangers of. The first thing to note is that accidents on the water are no…

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Not every case of injury at your workplace can or will be treated equally. Workers’ compensation is intended primarily to protect those who are injured while performing a task related to their job, but what about people like you who are injured while at your place of work but not working? We at Mayer &…

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