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Missouri employers could be fined by OSHA for lead exposure

Certain work hazards are inevitable in some lines of employment. However, some Missouri employers may have exposed workers to hazards that were avoidable. Two companies have been fined by OSHA for exposing workers to workplace accidents.

Would Missouri graduate student receive workers' compensation?

When workers are injured on the job, they are generally entitled to receive workers' compensation. College students may also be faced with injury while performing a task at school. In a University case, a graduate student sustained permanent injuries on campus. Can Missouri graduate students receive workers' compensation?

Missouri workers' compensation laws may include mental illness

Workers' compensation claims are usually a result of work-related accidents that result in injury. These injuries often hinder Missouri workers from performing their job duties. Now, a workers' compensation proposal is being reviewed that would not only cover physical injuries, but also mental illness.

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