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Month: August 2014

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

Missouri construction workers face hazards

Missouri construction workers build our homes, roads, job sites and offices while also repairing and maintaining our state’s underlying infrastructure. The work can be hazardous and expose workers to dangerous conditions such as extreme temperatures, overwhelming noise, dizzying heights and

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Head-on collisions in Missouri: 1 dead, 3 injured

A two-car crash near Jackson claimed the life of one person and injured three others. A preliminary investigation revealed that one car may have veered left of the center of the roadway and struck the second car head-on. Head-on collisions

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How to file an employment discrimination complaint

Kansas City workers who believe they have been discriminated against on the job or by an employment agency or labor union due to “race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information,” or

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Workplace discrimination a factor with trucking company

A Missouri trucking company, one of America’s largest, was sued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission back in 2011 over their alleged unfair hiring policies for prospective female employees. Recently, a federal judge ruled against New Prime, stating that the

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LinkedIn violated federal wage laws

Missouri workers who have established employment profiles and curated contacts on the online networking site LinkedIn may be interested to learn that the popular internet site has entered into an agreement to pay 359 former and current employees over $3.34

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Employee rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act

Some Missouri workers are entitled to the provisions of the Family and Medical Leave Act. Below are some questions and answers about its eligibility criteria and how it applies. Who are the covered employers? To be required to provide its

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Facts about sexual harassment in the workplace

Missouri residents may be unsure exactly what constitutes sexual harassment, the form of sex discrimination that is a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII is applicable to those employers with 15 employees or

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