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Jefferson City Employee Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Aggressive Missouri Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
At Carson & Coil, our workers’ compensation attorneys help people get the compensation they deserve for their workplace injuries. We have handled many workers’ compensation cases and understand the process involved in getting full and fair compensation for a job injury. We provide efficient representation designed to get you the money you need.
Contact our workers’ compensation lawyers for a free consultation today. You may contact our firm online or by calling 573-636-2177.
We Get to the Bottom of Your Injuries and Necessary Recovery
Before agreeing to a settlement package, it is important to fully understand the nature and extent of your injury. You should be properly healed before beginning settlement discussions. The remedy provided by workers’ compensation includes payment for the time you are unable to work, medical bills, and payment for any temporary or permanent disability you have suffered. In some cases, we recommend an independent medical exam and vocational rehabilitation exam.
Protect Your Interests
While the law has become more employer-friendly, it is important to have an experienced Missouri workers’ compensation lawyer on your side to protect your interests. You should not have to bear the burden of paying for medical care when you suffer a workplace injury. Disability benefits, especially for long-term disability, are vital to protecting your future if you have been seriously injured at work.
We can help reduce the stress of this process by coordinating benefits from Social Security, workers’ compensation and long-term disability plans. Processing these claims can be confusing. We can help you manage your workers’ compensation claim.
When you are injured at work, through no fault of your employer, you may still be entitled to workers’ compensation. In addition, if your injury was caused by someone else’s negligent conduct, you may have a separate claim against them for the harm you suffered.