If you were injured in an auto accident that happened on the job, you may have both a workers’ compensation claim and a personal injury case. By filing a personal injury lawsuit, you can recover money for damages such as pain and suffering, which aren’t covered by workers’ compensation.
At the law firm of Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C., our workers’ compensation attorneys in Kansas City handle both workers’ compensation and auto accident cases in Missouri and Kansas. We offer a free initial consultation to explain your options after a work-related auto accident. Please call 816-307-0056 to talk with a lawyer at our firm.
You are entitled to workers compensation if you were driving in the course of your employment.
Accidents that happen during your normal commute between your home and your regular place of employment are not covered by workers’ compensation.
Workers’ compensation provides benefits such as medical care and lost-wage benefits regardless of who was at fault. Speak to your Kansas City workers’ compensation lawyer today to learn more.
You may have a personal injury case if the accident was caused by someone else’s negligence. If the other driver was at fault, you can sue his or her insurance company.
You can recover compensation for losses not covered by workers’ compensation, such as pain and suffering, and loss of earnings that were not covered by workers’ compensation. Our Kansas City personal injury lawyers will maximize your recovery from both sources.
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