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Month: November 2015

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

An at-will job does not mean you can be fired for any reason

Most states permit “at will” employment. A job is “at will” when the employer or the employee can terminate the employment relationship at any time for any reason. Missouri is among those states that have “at will” employment laws. However,

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Tipped employees get a different minimum wage

There has been a lot of talk about upping the federal minimum wage to $15 these past few years. However, just because one of the minimum wages is increased, does not mean all of them will be increased. The federal

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You worked for your benefits, make sure you get them

Benefits can be any form of compensation that your employer promises to give you in exchange for your labor. A benefit is typically a wage or salary, but it also includes 401(k) matching, medical insurance, company car, company house, bonuses,

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Trash truck accident kills road construction worker

In addition to all of the other hazards that construction workers face, those who work on Missouri’s roadways are also at risk of being injured by a passing motorist. Each year, several road construction workers are seriously injured or killed

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Do you have rights during the interview process?

The interview started out normally. He asked you questions about your work, experience and any hobbies. Then it changed into a scene straight out of Mad Men. He started asking about your family, which was strange but not out of

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Single-car rollover accidents can be difficult to investigate

Some crashes that occur here in Missouri are challenging for investigators. For instance, the occupants of vehicles involved in suspected single-car rollover accidents may not survive to provide police with information regarding what happened. Without any additional witnesses, the factors that

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