Columbia, Missouri Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
Protecting Missouri’s workers since 1953
Injuries in the workplace are common. Whether you work in an office building or a steel mill, accidents can happen, and there are state and federal laws in place that allow workers to receive benefits from their employer while they recover from their injuries. However, when employers and their insurance companies refuse to play by the rules, an experienced attorney can help you fight to get the benefits you deserve.
The law office of Eng & Woods, Attorneys at Law represents people throughout Missouri in workers’ compensation cases. Workers’ compensation claims cover all types of injuries, including:
Our team of trial attorneys has extensive experience trying workers’ compensation cases and has accumulated a tremendous record of successful settlements and awards from administrative law judges. Let us put our experience and skill to work for you.
Get the benefits you deserve
Almost all employers in Missouri are required by law to carry insurance for workers’ compensation claims. These insurance policies are intended to cover all necessary and reasonable medical expenses for the duration of your injury. If an employee misses more than three days of work, they are entitled to receive temporary total disability. Workers on temporary total disability are provided a weekly check for the duration of their recovery until the employee is able to return to work. Once the employee has completed their medical care, and if the employee has any permanent disability as a result of the injury, they will be entitled to either a permanent partial disability settlement or permanent total disability settlement, depending on the nature and extent of the injury.
Although your employer is required to have these policies, the insurance companies that provide them are not required to accept your claim. Many people who have suffered legitimate injuries have had their claims denied. Even if your claim is accepted, there is no guarantee that insurance companies will provide you with the compensation you need to survive while on disability.
If your employer’s insurance company denies your claim or refuses to provide you with medical care or a suitable settlement, the attorneys at Eng & Woods, Attorneys at Law are not afraid to take them to trial to get the care, coverage and compensation you deserve.
Learn more about workers’ compensation
For your convenience, we have compiled a Workers’ Compensation Fact Sheet to help you learn more about the workers’ compensation statute in Missouri and how Eng & Woods, Attorneys at Law can help you get the compensation you deserve. You can also learn more about workers’ compensation by visiting the Missouri Department of Labor website.
No fee unless we win
At Eng & Woods, Attorneys at Law we realize that many workers and their families struggle to pay bills and put food on the table after an injury has occurred. For this reason, we handle all workers’ compensation claims on a contingency fee basis. That means we do not collect a fee unless we secure a settlement, award or jury verdict on your behalf. While you recover from your injuries, our attorneys work tirelessly to get you the best possible results in your case.
Personal attention. Aggressive representation. Proven results.
If you have any questions regarding workers’ compensation, call Eng & Woods, Attorneys at Law today at 573.874.4190 or call our toll-free number at 877-888-2345 to schedule a free initial consultation. You can also email your questions directly to attorneys Matt Woods, Thad Mulholland or Jon McQuilkin. If you are contacting us by email, please make sure to include a phone number and indicate the best time we can reach you. We are dedicated to helping you get the care you need and the results you deserve.
From our office in Columbia, Eng & Woods, Attorneys at Law represents clients in workers’ compensation cases throughout the mid-Missouri area, including those living in Boonville, Fulton, Jefferson City, Moberly, Mexico, Ashland and all surrounding areas.