If you were injured in the workplace due to unsafe conditions, it could be your right to collect workers' compensation. While you recover, you may need to take time off from work or get extensive medical treatment. This compensation can go toward covering expenses and wages lost to recovery time.
As workers' compensation attorneys in St. Charles County, we have recovered significant sums for our clients. With over 117 years of combined experience, our team has acquired vast knowledge and skill which they can put to work for you.
Have you suffered an injury at work? Call Coyne, Cundiff and Hillemann, PC today at (636) 561-5599 or contact us online to schedule a meeting with our St. Charles County workers compensation attorney!
If you were hurt or injured on the job, you could be entitled to as many as three different types of compensation, as described by the Missouri Workers Compensation Law. With the help of a St. Charles County workers' compensation lawyer, your chances of maximizing these benefits can be at their greatest.
The different types of workers' compensation are as follows:
You should first find emergency medical care if you've been injured on the job. Make sure you tell your doctor about all the pain and suffering you endured because of this incident, as it could be a sign of permanent disability. Also, make sure you inform your employer about the injury as soon as possible with a written report. If you don't, this can invalidate your chances of having a successful workers' compensation claim. In Missouri, you have 30 days to report the injury to your employer.
You must include the following details in your report:
You'll also need to keep track of all witnesses, the days of work you missed, and out-of-pocket expenses regarding your injury. Coyne, Cundiff, and Hilleman, PC can help with your workers' compensation claim if you've been injured on the job.