Workers’ compensation in Missouri provides a safety net for workers who get injured on the job or suffer occupational illnesses. Benefits provide coverage of medical expenses and can reimburse you for lost wages while you recover. However, obtaining these benefits can be a time-consuming and confusing process. This is where our Webster County workers’ comp lawyers can help. At Morrison, Webster & Carlton, Attorneys at Law, have over 45 years of combined experience fighting for the rights of injured workers in our area. We are dedicated to helping you get the benefits to which you are entitled.
In any occupation, work-related accidents and job hazards can pose a serious risk for injuries and illnesses, which can prevent you from working and providing for yourself and your family. According to the Missouri Department of Labor (DOL), more than 50,000 people suffer on-the-job injuries each year throughout the state.
At Morrison, Webster & Carlton, Attorneys at Law, we fight for your rights to benefits while you focus on your recovery. Among the common injuries suffered in cases our Webster County workers’ comp lawyers represent include:
When any of the above injuries or illnesses prevent you from working and require medical care, you may be entitled to benefits through the (DOL) and the Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC). This program acts as a sort of insurance policy, protecting you in the event injuries and illnesses occur. Benefits available through the program include:
At Morrison, Webster & Carlton, Attorneys at Law, we can guide you through the workers’ compensation claim process, acting as a strong legal advocate on your behalf. We ensure your claim is properly filed with all the required documentation, so that you get the maximum amount to which you are entitled.
Instead of risking having your claim delayed or denied, reach out to Morrison, Webster & Carlton, Attorneys At Law. Contact our Webster County, MO workers compensation attorneys today and request a free consultation to get our team working on your case.