Missouri Workers’ Compensation
Injured on the job? Let our experienced attorneys deliver results for you. Missouri’s Workers’ Compensation process is incredibly complex. No matter how serious or simple your workplace injuries might be, failing to follow the necessary process and procedures could limit your ability to obtain compensation.
- Did you know in Missouri you must provide written notice of your accident within 30 days with very few exceptions?
- If you fail to follow key steps and tight deadlines, you could lose your right to benefits.
- Did you know may be entitled to payment for temporary total disability (TDD) benefits if your employer-approved treating physician says you cannot return to work because of your injuries?
- There’s simply too much at stake when it comes to your health and your job to leave it to chance.
A Contingency-Fee Arrangement
The contingency-fee system ensures that injured people can afford to hire a lawyer even if they can’t pay the hourly rate of an attorney. With a contingency-fee system, the attorney is paid a percentage of any financial recovery only after it is made. If no settlement or verdict is received, you pay no attorneys’ fees. The fee agreement will be carefully explained to you before you retain us.
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury, put our experience to work for you. Contact a Kansas City attorney at James & Noland, LLC and schedule a free consultation about your case.
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