How A Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Helps
While minor injuries are less likely to be denied by insurance companies, there are many situations where a workers’ compensation attorney is necessary to ensure you receive adequate compensation.
For example, insurance companies may deny your claim in an attempt to avoid having to pay out medical or time-off benefits. They may claim the injury was not work-related or dispute the claim if no one else was there to witness it.
But even if your claim is denied, that does not mean you are out of luck. Our skilled workers’ compensation attorneys understand the rules and regulations of the Missouri Workers’ Compensation System and can help guide you and the benefits you deserve.
Additionally, if your insurance company requires you to undergo an Independent Medical Evaluation that comes in at a much lower compensation award, a workers’ comp lawyer can help you fight for the higher rating you deserve.
Don’t settle for what their doctor says your case is worth, if your claim is denied or there is any sort of dispute with your company’s insurer, it is time to at least speak with a workers’ compensation attorney to determine the best course of action and we will NOT charge you to discuss your options
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