Garber v. Jaroonwanichkul (MLW No. 58857/Case No. SD29250 – 5 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, Scott, P.J.) Where an employer that contested causation of a worker’s leg and back injuries sought to submit additional evidence for the commission’s ...Read More »
A man convicted of incestuous sex crimes could get a new trial – if the Missouri Supreme Court agrees with a state appellate court that the defendant is mentally retarded and unable to assist in his own defense. The case ...Read More »
Expert testimony; requirement Â WD69674 Roger Bock, Appellant, v. City of Columbia, Respondent Appeal From: Labor and Industrial Relations Commission Handdown Date: 12/30/2008 Opinion Author: Judge Ronald R. Holliger Opinion Vote: Judges Hardwick and Welsh concur Roger Bock (Bock) appeals ...
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Even though an employee failed to file a notice of claim in his employer’s bankruptcy case for his potential workers’ compensation claim for hearing loss injuries, the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission erred in finding that his claim for benefits ...Read More »
A worker can prove the nature and extent of a disability without expert testimony if the injury is a simple one, the Missouri Court of Appeals has held. The Eastern District, in Bock v. City of Columbia, reversed the award ...Read More »