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Law Office of James M. Hoffmann

Law Office of James M. Hoffmann

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Workers' Compensation, Car Accident, Personal Injury, Slip & Fall Accident, Wrongful Death

"For workplace injury these lawyers are the best in St. louis .Mr Hoffman is very professional and does a great job for people who are injured at work and have to file for Missouri workers compensation. Thanks for your help. I highly recommend this law firm."

  6 months ago     Patricia Riley

"Attorney Hoffmann is very good if you have a work related injury. Consulting a lawyer is your only option if you file for workers compensation. Employers fight work injury claims very hard and you need a lawyer like Mr. Hoffmann that fights back even harder."

  6 months ago     Rosalyn McGrue

"I am very happy I was referred to this work comp attorney. This attorney is the best you will find in St. Louis, he only does Missouri workers compensation cases for injured employees."

  7 months ago     Melody Long

"Mr.Hoffmann is a great lawyer for Missouri workers compensation claims. He gets the job done. He will fight the employer and insurance company to get you both the treatment, wages, and compensation that you deserve for work injury claims. This attorney is the best of the best."

  10 months ago     Joy L

"The definition of Professionalism for Workers Compensation Lawyers! They listen and are here to help your work injury claim. Would recommend you give them a call today if you have a Missouri work comp case."

  9 months ago     Tracye Dean


2001 S. Hanley Rd. #325
Brentwood, MO 63144


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