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Workers’ Compensation : Causation – Prevailing Factor – Expert Testimony

Malam v. Department of Corrections (MLW No. 69364/Case No. SC95170 – 16 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Teitelman, J.; Breckenridge, C.J., Stith and Draper, JJ., concur; Russell, J., dissents in separate opinion filed; Fischer and Wilson, JJ., concur in opinion of Russell, J.)

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Workers’ Compensation: Walking Injury After Work- Extended Premises

Lincoln University v. Narens (MLW No. 69030/Case No. WD79003 – 18 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Martin, J.) Appealed from the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission (Brian R. Herman, Jefferson City, for appellant) (Brian J. Dean, St. Louis, for respondent).

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Workers’ Compensation : Temporary Award – Commutation

Where an employer had a history of disregarding a temporary award made by an administrative law judge and evidence showed that a claimant who was permanently and totally disabled suffered hardship by being required to pre-pay and wait for reimbursement, ...

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