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Based in Columbia, the law firm Lear Werts LLP represents Missouri workers who have suffered injuries or become disabled due to industrial or other workplace accidents. We focus a large portion of our legal practice on workers' compensation law, which defines the rights of injured workers, and furthermore, allows injured workers or their family members to recover appropriate benefits, including disability benefits, medical benefits, or death benefits.

At Lear Werts LLP, we stay on top of developments in workers' compensation law to ensure that our clients receive the maximum amount of benefits to which they are entitled. When you choose Lear Werts LLP to handle your case, you will receive the full attention of our attorneys from the onset of the claim procedure. We do not use paralegals. From your initial call through the final resolution of your claim, you can expect to receive efficient, energetic legal representation from a qualified, accessible attorney. We work tirelessly to reduce delays in the claims process, which unfortunately can be slow and tedious, so that you may continue to support yourself and your family during your treatment and recovery.

Protecting the Rights of Injured Workers

If you or a loved one has been injured in an industrial accident or suffers from a work-related injury or disability, it is your right to receive all of the benefits to which you are entitled. Our experienced workers' compensation attorneys are here to make sure you do. Please contact Lear Werts LLP today for a free initial consultation.

The Columbia law firm Lear Werts LLP serves clients throughout Missouri, including the cities of Mexico, Moberly, Booneville, Marshall, and Fulton.

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