A workplace injury is bad enough, but when it means you are unable to work for a considerable amount of time, you and your family may face hardships and struggle.
Injuries on the job happen every day, but you may not realize exactly how often. Many people suffer from workplace injuries that can be debilitating and include a long, painful recovery.
Whether your workplace injury happened suddenly or you have felt the symptoms coming on for a while, you are now facing medical bills, lost wages and perhaps the expense of prolonged treatment.
Acrophobia is the fear of heights. You may be surprised just how many people here in Missouri and elsewhere suffer from this phobia.
It can be frustrating and overwhelming to experience an accident in the workplace.
You might think your workplace is safe, but very few facilities are accident-proof.
If you work in construction here in Missouri, you already know that you do dangerous work, even if your workplace is safe.
Missouri workers who suffer injury on the job are entitled to financial recovery through their employer’s workers’ compensation insurance.
Oh, wait. You probably can’t raise your hand above your head. Being able to do so without pain often becomes the primary goal of everyone who suffers from this type of injury.
Silica exposure can have serious, even deadly, consequences, and if you faced exposure at work, your health is at risk.