If you have been injured on the job, do not rely on your employer or the workers' compensation insurer to protect your rights. Your employer and the insurance company will act in their best interest, not yours. You need an advocate. You can find one at Hall Ansley, where our attorneys have for decades appeared before workers' compensation judges daily. This has led to a proven record of results helping injured workers in Springfield and throughout Missouri.
Your Workers' Compensation Rights
Knowledge is power. The laws surrounding benefits in Missouri can be confusing to workers. We will take the time to educate you about workers' compensation guidelines. Whether you have not yet applied for workers' compensation and you need guidance, or your application has been denied or your benefits have been cut off, we can help. Our goal is to secure full workers' compensation benefits for you as quickly as the system allows.
What Type Of Work Injury Does Your Case Involve?
Our workers' compensation lawyers handle cases involving on-the-job injuries of all kinds, including:
Was your injury the result of an accident in the workplace, perhaps involving a forklift or some other piece of work equipment? Did your injury build up over time, what is referred to as a repetitive motion injury or repetitive stress injury? Perhaps you are unable to work because of an occupational illness suffered because of work conditions. Whatever the case may be, you can be confident that our attorneys know how to pursue full benefits for you.
Our lawyers have helped workers from all industries, including factory workers, warehouse workers, truck drivers, construction workers, office workers and more. While the hazards may vary from one industry to the next, the rights of workers do not. We will protect your rights.
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Unlike some law firms, our free consultations actually include a real attorney — not just a paralegal. Call 417-890-8700 or contact us via email.
Workers' compensation cases are handled on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we are successful in recovering compensation for you.