• Federal Workers Compensation
  • FELA, Railroad Workers Helpline
  • Jones Act, Harbor Workers Act, Injured Seaman Helpline
  • Mesothelioma Lawyers, Mesothelioma Exposure Helpline
  •  On The Job Accidents and  Injuries, Workers Compensation Lawyers
  • Qui Tam Lawyers, Whistleblower Attorneys
  • What You Need To Know About Workers Compensation
  •  A Workers Compensation Lawyer Can Help You

Missouri Workers Compensation Lawyers, Workers Compensation Helpline

MISSOURI WORKERS COMP, LAWYERS and the Injured Workers Helpline will help you locate a workers compensation lawyer in:

 

  • Adair County
  • Greene County
  • Ozark County
  • Andrew County
  • Grundy County
  • Pemiscot County
  • Atchison County
  • Harrison County
  • Perry County
  • Audrain County
  • Henry County
  • Pettis County
  • Barry County
  • Hickory County
  • Phelps County
  • Barton County
  • Holt County
  • Pike County
  • Bates County
  • Howard County
  • Platte County
  • Benton County
  • Howell County
  • Polk County
  • Bollinger County
  • Iron County
  • Pulaski County
  • Boone County
  • Jackson County
  • Putnam County
  • Buchanan County
  • Jasper County
  • Ralls County
  • Butler County
  • Jefferson County
  • Randolph County
  • Caldwell County
  • Johnson County
  • Ray County
  • Callaway County
  • Knox County
  • Reynolds County
  • Camden County
  • Laclede County
  • Ripley County
  • Cape Girardeau County
  • Lafayette County
  • Saint Charles County
  • Carroll County
  • Lawrence County
  • Saint Clair County
  • Carter County
  • Lewis County
  • Saint Francois County
  • Cass County
  • Lincoln County
  • Saint Louis County
  • Cedar County
  • Linn County
  • Saint Genevieve County
  • Chariton County
  • Livingston County
  • Saint Louis City
  • Christian County
  • Macon County
  • Saline County
  • Clark County
  • Madison County
  • Schuyler County
  • Clay County
  • Maries County
  • Scotland County
  • Clinton County
  • Marion County
  • Scott County
  • Cole County
  • McDonald County
  • Shannon County
  • Cooper County
  • Mercer County
  • Shelby County
  • Crawford County
  • Miller County
  • Stone County
  • Dade County
  • Mississippi County
  • Sullivan County
  • Dallas County
  • Moniteau County
  • Taney County
  • Daviess County
  • Monroe County
  • Texas County
  • DeKalb County
  • Montgomery County
  • Vernon County
  • Dent County
  • Morgan County
  • Warren County
  • Douglas County
  • New Madrid County
  • Washington County
  • Dunklin County
  • Newton County
  • Wayne County
  • Franklin County
  • Nodaway County
  • Webster County
  • Gasconade County
  • Oregon County
  • Worth County
  • Gentry County
  • Osage County
  • Wright County

 

Filing A Missouri Workers Comp Claim

 

Injured workers (or dependents) that have not been properly compensated may wish to file a claim with the Division of Workers’ Compensation. However, injured workers have the responsibility to ensure that their injuries have been reported to their employers in a timely manner. Please review the documents before filing a claim. If you wish to file a workers’ compensation claim, complete the form and mail it to the Division (the address is included on the form). This form may also be obtained at any office of the Division of Workers' Compensation. The filing of a claim begins a contested case proceeding where an administrative law judge has the authority to decide the issues in dispute.

 Get a Missouri Workers Compensation lawyer to help Protect Your Rights

Workers’ compensation is intended to be a streamlined benefits system, but many workers’ compensation cases can be extremely complicated. For example, your workers’ compensation case can affect your entitlement to social security benefits, Medicare benefits, or unemployment compensation benefits. Before you make any decisions on your workers’ compensation case, you should read all the information available to you on this website, and/or consult with a lawyer.

The Workers Compensation facts

  • If you decide to file a claim for compensation, it should be filed with the Division within the statutory period of limitation, which is:
  • Within two years after the date of the injury or death or, last payment was made on account of the injury or death; or
  • If the employer does not timely file a Report of Injury with the Division, within three years from the date of injury, or death, or last payment was made on account of the injury or death.

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