A worker cannot be fired from a job because of an injury, a disability, or an ailment. This is true even if the employer is wrong about whether the employee can do the job.
An employer cannot fire you for getting hurt at work, filing for work comp benefits, or requesting medical treatment for a work-related injury.
When an employee is hurt on the job, it is the employer's responsibility to provide medical treatment for that worker.
An employer cannot fire an employee because of race, religion, age, national origin, or gender. Employers cannot punish employees for exercising rights, including FMLA, attending jury duty, and reporting illegal conduct (whistleblowing).
We offer assistance to small firms and unrepresented parties in drafting motions, including motions for summary judgment, responses to summary judgment motions, and trial briefs.
We have experience in briefing and arguing before the Missouri Labor & Industrial Relations Commission, the Kansas Board of Workers' Compensation, Missouri appellate courts, Kansas appellate courts, and federal courts of appeal.
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