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A truck carrying what looks to be improperly secured cargo, creating the risk of a trucking accident

Failure To Secure Cargo Trucking Accident

A truck carrying cargo can weigh tens of thousands of pounds. When all that tonnage is not properly secured, many bad things can happen. A study by the AAA Foundation showed that cargo falls contributed to more than 200,000 accidents between 2011 and 2014.

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Missouri Personal Injury Lawyer

Personal injury law is the type of law that handles civil claims for damages when one party believes they have suffered some type of loss, such as the loss of health or income, as the result of another party’s negligence or wrongdoing.

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A young, dark-haired female attorney sits behind a white desk from an injured worker in a wheelchair with an arm sling and neck brace and answers his question, what does Workers’ Compensation not cover?

What Does Workers Compensation NOT Cover?

When you are injured in the workplace, Workers’ Compensation covers your medical bills, lost wages, and disability benefits if you are partially or fully disabled as a result of the injury. However, this employer-provided insurance may not cover every injury or every employee.

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The aftermath of a rear-end car accident with damage to both vehicles.

Car Accident Checklist

All types of companies have a legal duty to ensure the safety of their products. If a consumer is injured by a defective product, the manufacturer of that product could be held liable for damages related to the injury, such as medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. If you have been injured by a defective product, you could have grounds for a product liability claim against the manufacturer, the retailer, or another party.

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Injured worker after fall at construction site.

What Does Workers’ Comp Cover?

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Missouri sees more workplace fatalities than 75% of the other states in America. While workers’ compensation cannot bring deceased workers back after fatal accidents, it can ensure access to compensation and medical treatment for surviving employees and family members.

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