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Workers Comp Claims

The Bradley Law Firm Will Help You Through The Workers Comp Claims Process!

workers comp claimsIf you’ve been injured on the job, and can no longer physically go to work, you will have to go through the workers comp claims process if you wish to receive compensation for the injuries you’ve sustained. To that end, then, you’ll need the aid of experienced attorneys like the ones found at The Bradley Law Firm to get you the justice – and the money – you deserve. If you’ve found yourself overwhelmed by the workers comp claims process, and unable to find a resolution that helps with your situation, The Bradley Law Firm can help.

What does the workers comp claims process entail?

There are a few things to understand about the workers comp claims process that makes it difficult to negotiate without the aid of an attorney:

  1. Only under extraordinary circumstances are you able to file a claim against your employer for negligence. Missouri law makes it very difficult for you to recover monies from your employer if you’ve been injured as a result of negligence on the employer’s part, and are finding it difficult to get the money you deserve as a result of your injuries, contact the Bradley Law Firm to help you through the workers comp claims process.
  2. There is a time limit for which you can report the injury to your employer. Under Missouri law, if you do not report your injury to your employer within 30 days of receiving it, you may find your ability to collect workers compensation severely delayed, or completely denied. If you’ve reported your injury to your employer within the required time period, but found that your claim was denied, The Bradley Law Firm will be able to help you through the workers comp claims process.
  3. How much you get from your workers compensation claim depends on a variety of factors. Amongst the many things that are considered include, but are certainly not limited to, the following: where you were injured on your body, the degree of the injury on your body, and the permanency of injury on your body. For example, if you suffered a broken back, and this caused permanent damage from which you will never recover, you will receive more in the way of workers compensation than someone who simply received a small injury on his/her arm that isn’t permanent. If you’ve suffered an injury that has compromised your quality of life, contact The Bradley Law Group to help you through the workers comp claims process.

For more information about how we can help you through the workers comp claims process, contact us today for your free, no obligation consultation.