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House Committee OKs Bill Modifying Provisions on Death Benefits, Compromise Settlements

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 | 526 | 0 | 168 min read

The Missouri House Special Committee on Employment Security has voted to pass a bill setting the order in which fallen first responders' family members can collect $25,000 in workers' compensation death benefits.  Senate Bill 66 now heads to the House Rules Committee, where a hearing is scheduled for 8 a.m. today in House Hearing Room 5. SB 66 passed 25-8 in the Senate on March 9. The bill establishes that dependent children and spouses have first dibs on the $25,000 in death benefits due to the families of police officers, emergency medical technicians, air ambulance pilots, a...

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