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Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District: Workers’ compensation

Walking injury; compensability ED91671 Mitchell Miller, Appellant, v. Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission, Respondent Appeal From: Labor and Industrial Relations Commission Handdown Date: 2/17/2009 Opinion Author: Judge Robert G. Dowd Jr. Opinion Vote: Judges Ahrens and Sullivan concur Mitchell Miller ...

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Injury definition upheld

A Missouri appeals court issued a decision this week likely to please the state’s Republican-led Legislature. On Tuesday, the appellate court in St. Louis said a Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission employee was not injured in the course of his ...

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Workers’ Compensation: Application For Review – Motion To Strike – Assignments Of Error

Where an employer submitted an application for review of an award of workers’ compensation benefits and the application included assignments of error that merely asserted that the evidence and the law do not support the decision, the assignments of error ...

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Guaranty corporation must help workers of bankrupt companies

A Missouri appeals court has spelled out the responsibilities of the Workers’ Compensation Division in helping injured workers gain benefits from bankrupt companies. The court also chastised a state guaranty corporation for doing little to help worker Richard Jones secure ...

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