Should I Hire a St. Louis Workers Compensation Attorney?

by James M. Hoffmann on Jun. 22, 2016

Accident & Injury Employment  Workers' Compensation Accident & Injury  Personal Injury 

Summary: Insurance adjusters are trained to save their companies money through each step of the workers compensation claims process. Our experienced attorneys can help get you the compensation you are entitled to!

You can be sure that from the very beginning of your workers compensation claim, your employer and their insurance company have an attorney. This means you have a corporation, an insurance company with deep pockets, and an attorney all against you.

Your employer and their insurance company understand a simple truth: workers compensation is a complex system. This is why they have lawyers on their side. Following the process correctly and meeting deadlines is vital in order to receive benefits.

Insurance adjusters are trained to save their companies money. They have a thorough understanding of how the system works, and use it to their advantage. Many will turn down benefits, knowing that many injured employees will never appeal their decision. At our law office our goal is to get you the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled.

The majority of our clients come to us when their claim has been denied or they are unhappy with the medical treatment they are receiving from their employers designated physician. We can help you at any stage of the process. We can help when:

Do not hesitate to contact our St. Louis workers compensation lawyers at any stage of the process. We can help! Call us today at (314) 361-4300 to schedule a free and private consultation.

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