What Do You Think: Were Workers' Wife, Children 'Dependents' in Final Award?
Kansas City, MO (WorkersCompensation.com) – While a person’s spouse and children typically would be considered “dependents” in the everyday use of the term, a recent Missouri case showed that it’s not always an easy call in workers’ compensation law. Consider the following and see what you think.
After experiencing a work-related injury, a worker settled a claim with his employer. Due to several pre-existing injuries, the worker pursued permanent total ...
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