Kansas City Workers' Compensation Attorney
How to File a Workers' Comp Claim in Missouri
If you've been injured in an accident at work, you may be entitled
to benefits under the workers' compensation program.
Employers in Kansas City are required by law to carry workers' comp insurance to cover employees in the event of an injury. Through this system,
you can claim benefits without needing to prove that your employer's
negligence caused your accident.
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Unfortunately, a large percentage of injured workers are paid less than
they deserve, and many others have their claims denied. When your ability
to pay for medical care and support your family is at stake, don't
take any chances when applying for workers' compensation. Instead,
let the Kansas City workers' compensation legal team from Montee Law
Firm, P.C. help you file your claim.
Why do I need an attorney for a workers' compensation claim?
At the Montee Law Firm, P.C., we have been fighting for the rights of the
injured since 1996 and our team has over 100 years of combined experience.
We know what a difficult experience this could be for you and your family,
which is why we will stand by you as your case progresses, advising you
of your options and looking out for your best interests.
We can come to you at your home or in the hospital to discuss the accident and determine
how much your claim is worth.
Compensation for On-the-Job Injuries in Kansas City
Workers' compensation programs vary from state to state, but they generally
provide the injured employee with money to pay for any treatments required
for maximum medical improvement. Workers' compensation also provides
injured individuals with a percentage of their normal income, usually
approximately two-thirds of your normal rate. If you are suffering from
a work-related accident, we can help you prepare your claim to seek the
benefits that you deserve.
Contact a Kansas City workers' comp lawyer
at our firm now for an initial consultation about your injuries and to
allow us to begin work on your case.