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The recent changes to Missouri Workers’ Compensation structure has made it harder and harder to get the benefits called for under the Law.  Employers and insurance companies are throwing up barriers and using ever more creative ways to delay or avoid entirely having to pay legitimate workplace injury claims.  It may be really difficult for people who are injured to even get the medical care they are entitled to after an injury on the job.

The Division of Workers’ Compensation has also gotten rid of legal counselors who used to help employees receive disability payments following work injuries.  You as an injured worker will not be provided any help, guidance or information as to the value of your case after you are hurt.

Our Law Firm defends injured workers to help them get necessary medical treatment and full disability benefits following a work injury.  We are experts at assessing and valuing your claim and have the knowledge of the Workers’ Compensation system to ensure full monetary recovery.  We specialize in getting you the most money possible for a lump sum disability payment following a work injury, since that is our duty to our clients.  We have also injured workers who have ended up being permanently disabled because of a work-related injury.  

The Missouri Workers’ Compensation system makes it really hard for injured workers to get the compensation they deserve without the help of a good and knowledgeable lawyer.

No Recovery, No Fee!

The Hein Law Firm accepts injury cases on a contingency basis. This means you only pay attorney's fees if we get you compensation. For a free consultation with a lawyer, call us at (314) 645-7900, or contact us online.

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