PART II: What Is My Workers’ Compensation PPD (“Permanent Partial Disability”) Weekly Rate And How Do I Know If It Will Be Capped?

Calculating your Average Weekly Wage to Identify Your PPD Rate

This article will discuss how to calculate a PPD rate.  I will also inform you how to know whether your PPD weekly rate will be capped by

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INTERPRETING THE MISSOURI WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CHART, PART I: What Are the ‘Little Numbers’ Stamped All Over the Body on the Work Comp Chart?

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INTERPRETING THE MISSOURI WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CHART, PART I:

What Are the ‘Little Numbers’

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Find Out What UIM Coverage Is, And Why We Think All MO Drivers Should Have It.

BEWARE: Just Because You Have “Full-Coverage” Automobile Insurance in Missouri Does NOT Mean You Have Underinsured Motorist (“UIM”) Coverage.

Underinsured Motorist (“UIM”) Coverage

Missouri’s minimum requirement for liability coverage (the coverage the person who caused the

2024-05-18T08:22:13-05:00May 13th, 2024|Injury Law Tips and Information|

A Comprehensive Guide to Missouri Workers’ Compensation: Protecting Your Rights and Benefits

Introduction

In Missouri, employees injured on the job are entitled to certain benefits through the workers’ compensation system. Whether you’ve suffered a minor injury or a more serious one, it’s important to understand your rights and the

2024-05-20T12:53:20-05:00February 7th, 2023|Workers' Compensation|

Missouri Workers’ Compensation Law: What You Need to Know

Introduction

Workers’ compensation is a system that provides financial support to employees who are injured or become ill due to their job. In Missouri, employers must provide workers’ compensation insurance to their employees. However, filing a claim

2024-05-18T08:30:50-05:00January 16th, 2023|Workers' Compensation|

The Top 3 Questions for “Missouri Work Comp” on the Internet

1. How Does Missouri’s Workman’s Comp System Operate?

In general, if you get harmed at work while performing your duties, you must notify your employer in writing within 30 days, get medical attention, and the company must then turn

2024-05-18T07:54:43-05:00November 18th, 2022|Workers' Compensation|

What Part-Time Employees Need to Know About Workers’ Compensation Settlements

If you have a part-time job and are hurt at work, you might be worried about how much your disability payout will be. This is particularly true in Missouri, where disability compensation for injured workers is based on

2024-05-18T08:43:59-05:00November 18th, 2022|Workers' Compensation|
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