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Month: June 2016

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

Hit-and-run accidents are sometimes intentional

Most people do not use vehicles as weapons. Even so, some hit-and-run accidents are intentional. When authorities find the drivers involved in these types of crashes — whether they occur here in Missouri or elsewhere — those drivers could face

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Your rights under a multi-national employer

As corporations become increasingly multinational, it is understandable that their managers may misunderstand which law they are bound by. In the United States and its territories, U.S. employment law controls. All covered workers regardless of their citizenship or work authorization

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Gig Economy Continues to Grow

The gig economy is all over the news. Recent stories about class actions against Uber and new contracts with Lyft drivers dominate the news cycle. But many of these stories overlook the true impact of the gig economy. The Internet

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T-bone collisions can result in unrelated consequences

Motor vehicle crashes do not happen in a vacuum. In addition to the losses incurred by those involved and their families, head-on, rear-end and T-bone collisions — among other accidents — often affect people who otherwise have nothing to do

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Your rights under a multi-national employer

As corporations become increasingly multinational, it is understandable that their managers may misunderstand which law they are bound by. In the United States and its territories, U.S. employment law controls. All covered workers regardless of their citizenship or work authorization

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Returning to work and workers' compensation benefits

Workers’ compensation is paid out to workers who are injured on the job. Workers get a quick and guaranteed source of benefit funds and in exchange, they agree not to sue their employer. Everyone’s costs are reduced, and everyone wins.

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Lack official certification limits options of qualified vets

A consistent theme among veteran unemployment is that veterans are unable to transfer their skills and training to civilian jobs. Veterans are routinely forced to use their GI Bill education benefits to pay for duplicative training or education, money that

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