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Month: November 2013

We fight for victims’ full and fair recovery in employment law, harassment, sexual abuse and personal injury cases.

Toyota Camry and Prius lawsuits continue in Missouri

The number of victims of motor vehicle defects before a safety recall is issued is hard to calculate. Everyday, Missouri men and women count on their vehicle to transport them safely to and from their destinations. However, when an air

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ENDA passes Senate vote

Some LGBT employees in Missouri may be following a federal bill that would grant the community new protection in the workplace. The Employment Non-Discrimination Act has passed the United States Senate with a vote of 64 to 32. If the

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Cancer misdiagnosis leads to tragedy

For many Americans, receiving a cancer diagnosis is a life-altering experience that takes patients and loved ones on an emotional rollercoaster. If treatment is an option for Missouri men and women, it is usually chosen immediately to curb the growth

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High-end retailer faces discrimination lawsuit

Missouri readers may be interested in the following account of a discrimination lawsuit that was filed on Nov. 6 against a New York City boutique. The complainant alleges that a female employee endured an ongoing barrage offensive comments from her

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Confusion remains over background checks

People seeking jobs in Kansas might be interested in knowing more about what is permissible concerning employee background checks. Experts on labor and employment law say there are some instances in which employers routinely violate clear guidelines on what is

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Motorcycle accidents: heavier vehicles pose greatest threat

If a motorcyclist crashes due to another driver’s negligence, the victim may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering. Although such incidents happen often, Missouri motorcycle accidents on the road create pain, suffering and financial burdens that can sometimes

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Missouri city's building commissioner sues municipality

The former building commissioner of a town in Missouri filed a lawsuit against the town, claiming that she was wrongfully terminated from her job because of gender discrimination and as retaliation for acting as a whistleblower on some problems related

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What should you say after a car accident?

Getting into a car accident can be a very scary experience. Car crashes are never expected and can cause serious injuries to those involved as well as extensive damage to your vehicle. Unfortunately, there is no way to prevent all

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Employment Non-Discrimination Act passes in the Senate

Missouri residents who belong to the LBGT community are likely to be pleased to hear that the United States Senate has voted to approve the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. The goal of the act is to make workplace discrimination against LBGT

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