The Webb Law Firm, LLC

Workers' Compensation & Personal Injury Law | Perryville, MO

Education

General Legal Education for the Public:

This class covers topics such as:

  • Health Care Directives
  • Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare
  • Medicaid Coverage for Residential Nursing Care
  • Wills vs. Trusts
  • Other Non-Probate Transfers
  • Powers of Attorney

This class is taught each semester at the Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center in Cape Girardeau. Click here for our flyer setting out the next class schedule and other information.

Click here for the Cape Career and Technology website. This class is listed in the Adult Education section under Personal Enrichment.

Employment Law: Policies & Procedures

Are you and your human resource team informed about the various state and federal laws that affect your business and your employees? Would you like to learn more about how to resolve employment law conflicts legally – yet outside the courtroom? Would you like information about free and trustworthy online resources?

This class covers topics such as:

  • The Missouri Human Rights Act
  • Title VII
  • The Age Discrimination Act
  • The Americans with Disabilities Act

We will also cover Missouri laws that affect the employment relationship in areas such as:

  • pre-employment inquiries and inquiries from prospective employers
  • physical examinations and employment testing
  • drug and alcohol testing
  • employing minors
  • non-compete agreements
  • payroll garnishments
  • holiday pay, wage and vacation pay upon termination
  • recordkeeping
  • pregnancy in the workplace
  • workers’ compensation issues

While this class has an open discussion format and general and specific scenarios will be discussed and evaluated, the class cannot serve as a substitute for legal advice about your specific situation. The information provided is intended for educational purposes and does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Click here for our flyer setting out the next class schedule and other information.

Click here for the Cape Career and Technology website. This class is listed in the Adult Education section under Personal Enrichment.

Personal Finance: Getting your Financial House in Order:

This class covers topics such as:

  • Defining your personal financial goals
  • Drafting a plan to achieve your financial goals
  • Planning for retirement
  • Planning for college
  • How and why to do a monthly budget
  • Emergency funds
  • Debt priority lists
  • Settling old debts
  • How to handle debt collectors
  • Secured vs. unsecured debts
  • Mortgage and foreclosure issues
  • Bankruptcy
  • Effects of recent job loss, divorce or death on personal finance
  • Important insurance coverage
  • Planning for your next vehicle or other large purchase
  • Starting or running your own business

This class is currently only available privately for your team or small group. The class can be structured to meet your needs and schedule. Pick your topics and choose from a one day seminar to weekly class meetings. Call Sarah at 573-547-1800 for group rates and scheduling information.

Small Business Survival: Best Practices:

This class covers topics such as:

  • How to create a high quality product or service
  • How to get customers
  • How to properly serve your customers
  • How to keep your customers and get repeat business
  • How to get referral business
  • How to get and keep quality employees
  • How to plan for and track your financial success

This class is available privately or by contacting the Cape Career and Technology Center.

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