A compromise and release settlement is a contract between you and the insurance company. By agreeing to the terms you settle your work injury claim for a lump sum. Pursuing compensation after a work-related injury in Missouri is no easy task. It … [Read more...] about What Is a “Compromise and Release” Offer in a Workers Compensation Case?
Workers Compensation Settlement
A structured settlement is when a plaintiff (a workplace injury victim) agrees to be paid part or all of the compensation over a period of years. If you were injured at work and plan on filing a workers' comp claim, you've probably heard of … [Read more...] about Frequently Asked Questions About Structured Workers Compensation Settlements
If the insurance company notices that you're frustrated and want to resolve your claim as quickly as possible, chances are they'll take advantage and offer you a lowball settlement offer. The workers' compensation process can be overwhelming, and … [Read more...] about 5 Signs of a Lowball Workers Comp Insurance Settlement Offer
Reach out to an experienced St. Louis workers compensation lawyer to help negotiate a fair settlement and ensure you are receiving the full amount of benefits you are legally entitled to. Missouri workers who are injured on the job are generally … [Read more...] about Workers Compensation Settlements: How They Work and How To Get A Fair One
Insurance companies will often try to reduce their costs by looking for pre-existing conditions or injuries, delaying the process, and even refusing your claim from the start. Workers’ compensation system is designed to cover the medical expenses … [Read more...] about “What if My Condition Got Worse After I Settled My Workers Compensation?”
Before you sign the dotted line on the settlement, here are 4 very important questions to ask yourself. Apart from the medical treatment and lost wages benefits, your worker’s comp case may also end with a settlement. This is an additional perk … [Read more...] about 4 Questions You Should Ask Before Signing a Workers Compensation Settlement