KANSAS CITY, MO, July 20, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Workers' compensation is an area of law dealing with the rights of injured workers. It is sometimes referred to as workman's compensation or work comp. An injured worker can receive compensation for an accident at work, even if it is not the employer's fault. As a rule, you are compensated by your employer's insurance company if you are hurt on the job even if it is your fault.
Workers' Compensation insurance plans come in a variety of packages and are likely to include the following: payment of medical bills, time off work (based on a statutory formula enacted by the state legislature), and permanent disability benefits.
The world of workers' compensation is complicated and filled with unique laws. Bill Manson, at Adler & Manson, has extensive experience handling Missouri workers' compensation issues
and is familiar with what the opposing counsel needs to see to settle the case and what the Work Comp Judge needs to see to rule in your favor. Hiring a qualified attorney at Adler & Manson will help ensure that you get the most out of your personal workers' comp policy. We can further assist to protect you against benefits being cut off early and ensure that you receive the full value of the compensation allowed by law.
An often overlooked secret is going after another party, besides your employer, who may be at fault. Third party workers' compensation claims
can increase your compensation significantly.
Receiving adequate compensation can be difficult without professional representation because insurance companies do not like to pay you. It is in a situation like this that you need the assistance of a trained and experience workers' compensation attorney to assist you with the legal process. At Adler & Manson, we can review your claim and work to ensure that your rights as an employee are protected.
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