Workers' Compensation

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Missouri: Court Awards Benefits for Slip from Sidewalk
Posted on 13 Apr 2016 by Martin Klug

An administrative assistant in 2012 was leaving work, stepped off of a ramp onto a sidewalk on the employer’s property on the way to her car and injured her ankle. The court of appeals affirmed an award of benefits and found that the accident arose... 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

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

MO: Fall Out Of Bed Defeats Causation
Posted on 13 Oct 2010 by Martin Klug

A company president tripped over a telephone cord at work but failed to prove her radius fractures arose from work and not from falling out of bed the following morning. The court in Bond v Site Line Surveying , WD 72142 (Mo. App. 10-12-10), agreed that... Read More