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Missouri workers often sustain injuries at state hospitals

Most of the time, employees who work in the construction or industrial field are at risk to injuries. However, hospital staff members are also exposed to injuries, particularly from patients. Employees at Missouri state hospitals have been injured by patients while on the job.

Missouri workers receive more protection for workplace injury

In some job fields, workers may become injured on the job. A workplace injury can be so severe that it requires employees to miss time from work and file workers' compensation. In some instances, employers retaliate and terminate workers from their position. Recently, a Missouri courtroom issued legal protection for those who are injured from losing their jobs.

Missouri employees suffer from work injuries at facility

Working at a mental health facility can bring about dangers to employees. Due to the mental state of patients, Missouri mental health professionals may be subjected to injuries at the workplace at the hands of patients. Injured employees from one particular facility have received over $300,000 in payments.

Construction accident can permanently injure Missouri employees

Employees who work at construction sites can be in danger due to the number of risks associated with being on the job. One of the major risks that can occur on a Missouri job site is a construction accident. A 25-year-old man in another state was involved in a construction accident that caused significant and life-altering injuries.

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