Springfield, MO (WorkersCompensation.com) - Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens signed legislation to tighten workers’ compensation rules Wednesday in an effort to curtail frivolous lawsuits.
But critics of the bill say it is a pro-business move that will harm employees.
The bill redefined “maximum medical improvement (MMI)” as the point when the condition of an injured employee can no longer improve, and bans any claims for benefits beyond that time period. Under the new law, ...
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