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Missouri: No Death Benefits From Toe Fracture
Posted on 14 Feb 2012 by Martin Klug

Claimant died five years after he stubbed his toe while delivering pizzas. He fractured his toe and claims he also hurt his knee. The ALJ awarded death benefits. The parties disputed whether claimant's left knee symptoms, recurrent surgeries for a... Read More

MO: Working Doesn't Stop PTD Benefits for Claimant
Posted on 28 Feb 2012 by Martin Klug

A permanently and totally disabled claimant with a traumatic brain injury did not lose benefits because he was working, according to the Missouri Court of Appeals, when the employer failed to show a change in physical condition. The case is Pavia v Smitty's... Read More

  • Blog Post: MO: Working Doesn't Stop PTD Benefits for Claimant

    A permanently and totally disabled claimant with a traumatic brain injury did not lose benefits because he was working, according to the Missouri Court of Appeals, when the employer failed to show a change in physical condition. The case is Pavia v Smitty's Supermarkets , No. 31275 (Mo. App. SD 2012...