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Kansas City Workers' Compensation Attorney
Injured at Work? I Can Help.
A workplace injury can leave you unable to work and in need of medical care. Without your regular paycheck, how will you pay your bills or feed your family? You could lose your home, your car — everything.
If you were injured at work, you may have the right to receive workers' compensation benefits.
I can help you receive all the benefits you are entitled to receive. I am Tim Alvarez, a Kansas City workers' compensation lawyer with more than 20 years of experience representing injured workers. I have helped hundreds of injured workers just like you. Please contact me today for a free consultation.
What Benefits Can I Receive?
If you suffered an on-the-job injury or a work-related illness, you may be entitled to receive:
- Medical treatment at no cost to you
- A weekly check if you are unable to work
- A settlement for permanent impairment or disability
- Certain other benefits depending on whether you have a Kansas or Missouri claim
Why Do I Need a Lawyer?
Workers' compensation is a complex system. That's why your employer's workers' compensation insurance company has its lawyers. If you don't follow the process correctly or meet all the deadlines, you decrease your chances of receiving benefits.
The goal of your employer's workers' compensation insurance company is to avoid paying benefits entirely or to pay you as little as possible. My goal is to maximize the amount of benefits you receive in your workers' comp or personal injury claim.
Named to the Best of the Bar List of Kansas City Attorneys
Representing injured and disabled people is the focus of my law practice. I'm respected for the results I achieve. In fact, the Kansas City Business Journal named me to its Best of the Bar every year since 2007.
Contact the Alvarez Law Firm in Kansas City
It costs you nothing to learn if I can help you. For Kansas or Missouri workers' compensation injuries please contact me for a free consultation and case evaluation. Call 913.232.2219.
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