Missouri law provides certain benefits to workers who have been injured on the job. Workers' compensation issues can be extremely complex matters that require the attention of an experienced attorney who understands the law and will fight to protect your interests. The process can be very complicated and even a minor error at any point can result in the rejection of your application.
At Spooner & Perkins, P.C.
, our firm has been protecting the interests of workplace injury victims for over 55 years. From our offices in Kansas City, Missouri, we work diligently to help our clients to obtain the benefits they need. We have a complete understanding of workers' compensation law and we are committed to helping you reach the most favorable outcome possible in your case.
The initial application process is very detailed and requires that the forms are completed and submitted in a very specific manner. We will work with you to ensure that your workers' compensation claim meets all of the requirements and presents the strongest possible case to support your claim. We will help you seek the maximum level of available benefits, including medical care, lost wages, and compensation for permanent disabilities.
Many initial claims are rejected and people wrongly assume that they have no options in the matter. Don't give up if your claim has been denied by the insurance company. We might be able to help. We have extensive experience helping clients with appeals and other options when their initial application for benefits is denied. Our firm also offers complete personal injury
. If your injury occurred due to another person's negligence or an equipment malfunction, we can explore the possibility of a separate claim against the responsible parties.
our office today to discuss your Missouri workers' compensation case. We are available from 7:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and by appointment evenings and weekends. You can reach us by phone at 816-453-7764
or toll free at 800-603-4723
and via email. We are paid on a contingency fee basis so you don't pay anything unless we win a settlement for you.