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Work Comp Lawyer St. Louis MO | How Does MO Work Comp Work

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Published on Sep 16, 2012

http://tiny.cc/z1solw (314) 645-7900 Work Comp Lawyer in St. Louis Mo, Richard Hein, explains how work comp works for the injured worker, and the four benefits available to injured workers in the State of Missouri under the Missouri Workers' Compensation Law.

If you are hurt on the job, you are entitled to the following four work comp benefits:

(1) Medical Bills have to be paid by your employer, normally through its work comp insurance;
(2) Off-Work Checks have to be paid Every Week while you are recovering from your injury until you get back to work;
(3) Lump Sum Settlement or an Award for Permanent Partial or Total Disability; and
(4) Payment for scars and disfigurement of the head, neck, face, arms and hands.

If you or someone you know has been injured in a work related or personal injury in Missouri, call a work comp lawyer in St. Louis, MO at (314) 645-7900 or visit us online at www.heinlegal.com and we will be happy to talk to you about your rights in your particular case.

Call Now: 314.645.7900.

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"Those that do not understand their legal rights are bound to lose them" - Richard Hein

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