If you have lost your ability to work due to injury or illness and have run out of options?
You have found the right law firm.
We specialize in Social Security Disability and Workers’ Compensation law. Our number one goal is getting you the care and benefits you have earned.
With our background in social work, we are social warriors and advocates for you. Many big law firms and attorneys don’t understand the hands-on approach needed to represent injured people in crisis. Many of my clients have exhausted all options and desperately need financial and medical help.
Social Security Disability law focuses on your medical diagnosis, the ability to perform daily activities, and ability to work any job, not just your current job. Let the Kiefer Law Office, LLC represent you and get you the benefits you deserve.
Even the most concerned employer is insured by a Workers’ Compensation insurance company whose number one priority is saving money. Let Kiefer Law Office, LLC get your case on track by pushing the employer and insurer to adequately treat your injury.
“Christine Kiefer helped me through a very dark time in my life. I had a severe back injury, and my employer refused to help me, that is until I hired Christine. Very knowledgeable and good at what she does. I highly recommend her firm!”
– Robb Sansonetti
“Christine worked to help me get every dollar I deserved in my case. She never let me down. Not only did she work hard for me, she really cared about the outcome. You could not do better than this when you need legal representation.”
– Deb Summerfield
“I don’t know what I would have done without Christine. She has been my lawyer for years, and she has won every one of my cases. I highly recommend her to anyone. She will never let you down. She works very, very hard to win your case.”
– Patrick Yeager
Your initial application will require you to submit medical records and information about your job history, education, and ability to function. Unfortunately, in Missouri, less than 30% of initial applications result in an award. You can expect a denial letter soon after your initial application. This decision is made by the Disability Determination Services officeRead More