Work-related injuries and occupational illnesses can happen in any job. When they do, workers’ compensation benefits in Missouri can provide a lifeline, helping to ensure you and your family are taken care of. At Morrison, Webster & Carlton, Attorneys at Law, we provide trusted guidance and aggressive legal representation to workers in filing claims. With over 45 years combined legal experience, we are dedicated to helping you get the benefits you need to recover.
According to the Missouri Department of Labor (DOL), more than 50,000 on-the-job injuries and illnesses occur each year in our state. These can cause workers to be away from the job for weeks at a time and may result in permanent disabilities. In these cases, workers’ compensation benefits can help offset the financial losses you suffer, while helping to ensure you get the medical care and treatment you need.
At Morrison, Webster & Carlton, Attorneys at Law, we know how confusing it can be to file a workers’ compensation claim and how often they end up being denied, delayed, or disputed. Our Lawrence County workers’ compensation attorneys defend the rights of clients, helping them get the benefits they are entitled to for the following:
When even a minor on-the-job accident occurs, it can leave you suffering serious harm. In addition to impacting your ability to work or perform certain tasks on your job, it can affect your home life while resulting in heavy medical debts.
As Lawrence County workers’ compensation attorneys with more than 45 years combined experience, our legal team can help you get the benefits you are entitled to through the Division of Workers Compensation (DWC). These may include:
In the tragic event a job related injury or illness proves fatal, workers’ compensation provides death benefits which can help your family in the aftermath.
At Morrison, Webster & Carlton, Attorneys At Law, we act as a strong legal advocate on your side when on the job injuries or illnesses happen, fighting for your rights to workers’ compensation benefits. Call or contact our Lawrence County workers compensation attorneys online today and request a free consultation to discuss how we can help you.