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Can I Be Fired for Filing a Workers' Compensation Claim?
Can I Be Fired for Filing a Workers' Compensation Claim?

This is a complicated question, with an equally complicated answer: It depends. Missouri is an “at will” employment state, which means, generally, employers can fire an employee at any time for any reason; or for no reason at all. Retaliation Lawsuits Missouri workers’ ...

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  • Can I Be Fired for Filing a Workers' Compensation Claim?

    This is a complicated question, with an equally complicated answer: It depends. Missouri is an “at will” employment state, which means, generally, employers can fire an employee at any time for any ...

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  • Death Benefits Following a Workplace Accident or Occupational Disease

    Workers’ compensation is most commonly associated with providing benefits to workers injured on-the-job. However, it can also give financial support to the surviving family of a worker who passes away ...

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  • What Impairment Ratings Mean for Your Disability Claim?

    What Are Impairment Ratings? The amount you receive in permanent disability benefits depends on your impairment rating (also commonly referred to as a “disability rating”), the extent and location of ...

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  • Difference Between Permanent Partial Disability & Permanent Total Disability

    Determining your workers’ compensation benefits can be complicated because the amount depends on a calculation of your average weekly wage, which depends on the industry you work in and the structure ...

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  • Payment for Lost Wages (TTD) As Part of Your Workers' Compensation Claim

    After suffering a work-related injury, you can collect benefits through workers’ compensation coverage provided by your employer. The purpose of workers’ comp benefits is keeping you financially ...

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  • What Should I Do if I Suffer a Workplace Injury?

    If you have been seriously injured due to a workplace accident, you will inevitably have to deal with an experienced insurance adjuster. Missouri workers’ compensation law is complex, and full of ...

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