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This link will take you to a blog that a defense attorney keeps up to date with recent case law. The entire blog is searchable. A synopsis of each case is provided from the advantage point of the Employer/Insurer.
This blog is great for keeping current on recent unfoldings in workers' compensation law all over the country. This blogger is entertaining and often goes on rants about recent changes. He has been blogging about workers' compensation for 17 years. He travels around the country giving speeches, and provides video of those speeches on his blog.
This blog gives a general overview of what employees who are injured on the job can expect when submitting a workers' compensation claim. This firm specializes in personal injury and the purpose of the blog is to entice injured workers to contact an attorney at that firm.
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Missouri's Division of Workers' Compensation Resources
This link will provide all Missouri Workers' Compensation Forms that must be submitted to the Division of Workers' Compensation throughout the litigation of the matter. Use the left hand column to search for specific documents.