Insurance Industry Grapples with Cellphone-Related Work InjuriesCellphone-related injuries have increased eight-fold in the past few years, and it can be a workers comp issue.
Workers' Comp Costs Could Rise for Missouri BusinessesMissouri businesses could face significantly higher costs for workers' compensation insurance next year, due partly to a new law that seeks to shore up a financially troubled state fund for disabled workers.
Aging Workforce Changes Workers' Compensation TrendsTrends in workers' compensation claims show baby boomers, those over age 50, are costing their companies some big bucks for minor injuries.
Missouri Lawmakers Pass Changes to Workers' Comp ClaimsThe legislation replenishing an insolvent state fund for disabled workers and changing the way people get compensation for job-related illnesses.
Missouri House Approves Bill on Suing Co-WorkersThe bill would allow such lawsuits only in cases where one worker "purposefully and dangerously" injures another.
Nixon Signals Compromise on Workers' CompThe governor now says he would be open to a compromise with Republican lawmakers.
Missouri Senate Votes to Override Veto on Workers' CompSenators voted 24-9 to override the veto.
Bill Limiting Employee Lawsuits Moves ForwardEmployee's may soon face restrictions on how much they can receive in damages from a workplace injury.

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