Kansas workers have rights under the law that protect them.
Workers Compensation claims can be difficult to navigate. We are here to help you get the medical care, wage benefits, and future medical care so you can get back on the path to recovering from an on-the-job injury.
Injuries at work often leave people questioning their next move. Concern about making waves at their place of employment can sometimes lead to the absolute worst course of action — inaction.
First of all, your fears are unfounded. Kansas workers have rights under the law that protect them. Second, and most urgent, from the moment the injury occurs, the clock starts ticking. You may only have as few as ten days, in some cases, and twenty days in others, from the date of the accident to report it to your employer’s designated representative or your claim may be dismissed.
NEVER WAIT to report your injury and if you have any doubt if you are out of time, give us a call and we can do the calculation to see if you still have time. This is a free, no obligation consultation.
There are several other critical timelines throughout the claim process that you should become familiar with as well as general guidelines you should follow. Please follow the links for more information on these subjects, or contact us for a free, no obligation consultation.
Where should you begin? Do you have a case? The answers begin when you contact us.
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