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Missouri: Polio Renders Worker Totally Disabled

Claimant fell hundreds of times before in his life, but in 2008 he slipped on a slick floor in his employer’s bathroom, lost control of his crutches, and injured his neck. He never returned to work after two neck surgeries. The Commission affirmed an award for permanent total tried solely against...

Missouri: Polio Renders Worker Totally Disabled

Claimant fell hundreds of times before in his life, but in 2008 he slipped on a slick floor in his employer’s bathroom, lost control of his crutches, and injured his neck. He never returned to work after two neck surgeries. The Commission affirmed an award for permanent total tried solely against...

Employers/Insurers Who Treat Ebola as Occupational Disease Do So at Their Peril

Workers in any profession can show a work connection to ebola and need not prove that ebola is a risk peculiar to their job Thomas A. Robinson, J.D., the Feature National Columnist for the LexisNexis Workers’ Compensation eNewsletter , is a leading commentator and expert on the law of workers’...