Helping Injured Workers In All Kinds Of Employment
I am Tim Alvarez, a Kansas City workers’ compensation lawyer. For more than 30 years, I have helped all types of injured workers obtain workers’ compensation benefits. However, there are certain types of employees whom I see again and again.
Because of the nature of their jobs, I frequently represent:
Construction workers: I represent people injured by lifting, power tools, falling objects, crane accidents, scaffolding collapses, falls from ladders or roofs, explosions, electrical accidents, burns and more.
Heath care workers: Lifting patients can lead to back injuries among nurses, aids and others.
Office workers: Repetitive stress injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome are the scourge of office workers. Slip-and-fall injuries are also common.
Truck drivers: Constant driving and lifting can cause back injuries, and truck accidents can cause catastrophic injuries and fatalities.
Factory workers: Factory workers may suffer repetitive stress injuries. They also are frequent victims of industrial accidents.
City, county and state employees: Whether you work in the mayor’s office, on a street crew or as a county social worker, any government employee can suffer an on-the-job injury.
School district workers: I represent janitors, bus drivers, teachers and administrators injured on the job.
Union workers: We are proud to represent union carpenters, electricians, steelworkers, pipe fitters, factory workers, office workers, airline workers and other injured union members.
The right attorney can make a world of difference in the outcome of your workers’ compensation claim. That’s why hundreds of injured workers have relied on my legal skills to help them get the full amount of compensation they deserve.
Free Case Consultation
If you have suffered any type of injury at work, please call 913-371-1030 or email my office to arrange a free consultation about your case. I represent clients in Kansas City metropolitan area, and throughout Kansas and Missouri.
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