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Don’t let your injury go untreated.

Even the most concerned employer is insured by a Workers’ Compensation insurance company whose number one priority is saving money. Your treatment could go on for months with the same doctor; you might find that the doctor is treating your condition in a way that results in no relief, or you may be treated for an injury that hasn’t been properly diagnosed by an MRI or other testing.

I am committed to holding the employer and insurer responsible for the improvement of your health. The first step of my commitment is to demand proper medical treatment. Kiefer Law Office seeks results in relief from your symptoms and compensation for your case. Let Kiefer Law Office, LLC get your case on track to treat your injury.

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What to know about Missouri’s Workers’ Compensation statute of limitations.

File your claim with the Missouri division. You’re at work when you’ve hurt yourself. First, report the injury to your employer, immediately! But, that’s not all… It isn’t enough to just report your injury to your employer, and it isn’t enough to assume your employer will compensate you without a claim. To ensure the benefits you deserve, you must file a workers’ compensation claim before the statute of limitations expires.

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There is no up-front fee, retainer, or hourly billing that you must pay out of your pocket. I don’t get paid unless and until you get paid.

What to know about Missouri’s Workers’ Compensation statute of limitations.

File your claim with the Missouri division. You’re at work when you’ve hurt yourself. First, report the injury to your employer, immediately! But, that’s not all… It isn’t enough to just report your injury to your employer, and it isn’t enough to assume your employer will compensate you without a claim. To ensure the benefits you deserve, you must file a workers’ compensation claim before the statute of limitations expires.

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