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Carpet, Floor & Tile Layer Work Comp Injury Lawyers - St. Louis MO

We are Lawyers Specializing in Carpet, Floor and Tile Layer Work Comp Injuries in Missouri.

 

Carpet, Floor and Tile Layer Work Comp Lawyers


Carpet, floor and tile layers are most commonly found on working on their knees while bending, stooping and reaching to set floors and tiles.  Because of the awkward positioning involved in this work, employees commonly include knee and back injuries and repetitive motion injuries are part of their work.  Injuries also occur from lifting heavy objects and use of dangerous tools and equipment.  Workers are also subject to cuts and injuries from falls and from muscle sprains, strains, and torn muscles.  

We have provided legal counsel and effective representation to carpet, floor and tile layers and housekeepers experiencing problems obtaining needed medical treatment, loss of income and need for disability payments resulting from their work injury.  Our Firm will provide you a complete understanding of your legal rights and fight through all necessary legal actions for you to obtain full and complete compensation for your injuries.

No Recovery, No Fee!

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

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