WORK INJURIES: REALIZING YOUR RIGHTS DURING DIFFICULT SITUATIONS

We have dedicated our practice at The Alberhasky Law Firm, P.C. to representing injured workers. Our firm is focused on helping those injured on the job receive full workers’ comp and benefits for all types of injuries. An injured worker or family member may be entitled to receive several kinds of workers’ comp benefits, including:

  • compensation for missed work (weekly temporary disability checks)
  • medical care
  • medications
  • scars
  • burial expenses
  • prosthetics
  • mileage
  • permanent partial disability (a one time lump-sum check)
  • permanent total disability (lifetime weekly checks)

Coverage under the Missouri Workers’ Compensation Law can provide compensation not only for the injured workers but if the injury results in death, then the spouse, children or other dependents might also be entitled to compensation. These are called survivor benefits.

01 / Veterans

If you have been injured at work, are now totally disabled AND you suffer from a prior disability related to your service in the armed forces, as a law enforcement officer or from a previous work injury, then you may be entitled to additional workers’ comp through the Second Injury Fund. To learn if you qualify, please contact us. We’re here to help, and we understand the pain and frustration you may be experiencing.

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02 / Injured Workers

We represent injured workers, their spouses, children, and families. A work injury can result from almost any activity: an automobile accident, lifting a box, tripping on a power cord, typing repetitiously on a computer, exposure to toxic substances or from using a defective product. Whatever the situation, we are prepared to offer your our workers’ comp services because no one should fall victim to the negligence of others without receiving their due. If you haven’t received yours, seek a consultation with us at The Alberhasky Law Firm and let us help.

Survivor Benefits

When a family member is fatally injured on the job, you’re entitled to workers’ comp. These kinds of injuries can occur due to negligence on the part of employers and coworkers. While no one wants to have to deal with seeking legal action while also suffering the immense pain of grieving a loved one, sometimes it’s the right course of action. Through authoritative representation, we fight for you and your family’s wellbeing. If you have been left in a situation as awful as this, please don’t hesitate to contact us for a consultation.

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