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12/3/2012
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Your Internet and Social Media Postings can Affect your Personal Injury Case

If you are injured in an accident or on the job, you may want to be careful what you post on the internet while your case is pending!

Category: General

10/12/2012
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Survey Shows Insomnia Linked to Increased Numbers of Work-Related Accidents and Costs

Recently published survey results show insomnia may be linked to high rates of work-related injuries and higher costs for businesses

Category: Workers' Compensation

10/1/2012
Julie
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The Number of Facebook "Likes" Held Admissible as Evidence in a Libel case

A Virginia court rules the number of "likes" a Facebook page received as admissable evidence.

Category: General

9/14/2012
Julie
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Ballot Summary for New Amendment Regarding Missouri Judge Appointments Upheld

Judge Jon Beetem ruled that the ballot summary Secretary of State Carnahan proposed for the new constitutional amendment regarding judge appointments is legal.

Category: General

9/9/2012
Jill S.
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In Defense of Missouri's Non-Partisan Court Plan

Missouri's court plan is under attack. Jill Bollwerk explains why the Missouri Plan works.

Category: General

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8/29/2012
Julie Tribbey
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Twenty-Four-Year-Old Chemical Spill May Cause Class-Action Suit

A chemical spill in 1988 in the Elmwood Park neighborhood of unincorporated St. Louis County, now has many residents looking at their legal options

Category: General

8/1/2012
Jill S. Bollwerk
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Associate Attorney's Analysis on the Effect of Tort Reform on Missouri Medical Malpractice Statistics cited by Post-Dispatch

Attorney Jeffrey Herman Published an Analysis on the Effects of Tort Reform on Medical Malpractice Statistics which was Cited in Today's St. Louis Post-Dispath

Category: General

7/5/2012
Jill S. Bollwerk
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CPSC Recalls Children's Lamps

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled Discovery Kids Lamps due to Fire Hazard

Category: Defective Products

6/6/2012
Jill S. Bollwerk
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Missouri Supreme Court Judge Resigns Due to Possible Changes in How Missouri Judges are Chosen

Judge William Ray Price, Jr. announced that he is leaving the Missouri Supreme Court, effective August 1, due to potential court plan changes.

Category: General

5/10/2012
Julie Tribbey
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Nonpartisan Court Plan One Step Closer to Being Voted On By the General Public In November

SJR51 is a proposed change to the Nonpartisan Court Plan or "Missouri Law" which states how appellate judges are chosen in Missouri.

Category: General

5/4/2012
Phillip A. Tatlow
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ERISA CASES: ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS

ERISA, DISABILITY APPEALS, RECORD ON ERISA LIFE, DEATH AND DISABILITY APPEALS, Hiring an attorney before the appeal is final

Category: ERISA, DISABILITY, LIFE INSURANCE

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4/6/2012
Julie Tribbey
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Missouri State House of Representatives Re-Open Workers' Compensation Debate

The Missouri State House of Representatives took another look at a revised Workers' Compensation bill after their last effort was vetoed by Governor Jay Nixon. Governor Nixon vetoed the bill because he thought it was unfair to Missouri workers.

Category: Workers' Compensation

3/27/2012
Julie Tribbey
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Missouri's Second Injury Fund Not the Only One in the Country Suffering

Twenty states have been forced to shut down their Second Injury Fund programs aimed at helping veterans, due to rising costs and lower funding. Missouri is still fighting to keep theirs open, but a solution needs to be found as veterans of Afghanistan and Iraq return home looking for work.

Category: Workers' Compensation

3/26/2012
Julie Tribbey
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Johnson & Johnson Sold Mesh Implant Without Food and Drug Administration Approval

Johnson & Johnson started selling their vaginal mesh product, Gynecare Prolift device, three years before it was approved by the FDA.

Category: Defective Products

3/8/2012
Jill S. Bollwerk
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More Tornadoes Cause Missouri Devastation--Missouri Attorneys Step in to Help

In the midst of great tragedy, Missouri attorneys are giving free legal services to those who have suffered loss due to the rash of Missouri tornadoes.

Category: General

2/6/2012
Bollwerk & Tatlow
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New Legislation Looks to Change St. Louis County Courthouse Security Procedures

New legislation introduced by two Missouri state representatives aims at making it easier for attorneys to enter the St. Louis County Courthouse in Clayton.

Category: General

1/21/2012
Bollwerk & Tatlow
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New State Senate Bill Looks to Limit Workers' Compensation Coverage

Missouri Senate Bill No. 572 looks to limit which injuries will be covered by Workers' Compensation in an attempt to cut the state budget.

Category: Workers' Compensation

12/28/2011
Bollwerk & Tatlow
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Ex-NFL Players Seek Medical Monitoring and Damages From League for Brain Injuries

Three retired NFL players are suing the League in order to establish a medical monitoring program for brain injuries for all former players

Category: General

12/22/2011
Bollwerk & Tatlow
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St. Louis Judge Jimmie Edwards' School Featured on The Today Show

St. Louis Juvenile Court Judge Jimmie Edwards' school, Innovative Concept Academy, was featured on the Today Show December 21, 2011.

Category: General

12/19/2011
Bollwerk & Tatlow
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National Transportation Safety Board Recommends Full Ban on Cell Phone Use While Driving

Following an accident in Missouri that killed two teenagers, the National Transportation Safety Board is calling for a ban on all cell phone use while driving.

Category: Motor Vehicle Accidents

12/8/2011
Bollwerk & Tatlow
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Social Networking Sites Used as Evidence in Lawsuits

This article discusses how attorneys, insurers and employers are using social networking sites like Facebook to collect evidence in different types of lawsuits.

Category: General

12/6/2011
Julie Tribbey
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Missouri Chamber of Commerce to Lobby for Workforce Issues

During the next legislative session in Missouri, the Chamber of Commerce plans on lobbying for issues like the Second Injury Fund and Workers' Compensation laws

Category: Workers' Compensation

10/31/2011
Jill S. Bollwerk
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Missouri Supreme Court set to Interpret Workers' Compensation "Equal Exposure"

The Missouri Supreme Court will decide whether certain injuuries are no longer Missouri workers' compensation claims, when it interprets "equal expsoure."

Category: Workers' Compensation

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