St. Louis Workers' Compensation Lawyers Discuss Survivor Benefits

April 14th, 2015 | Workers compensation

When most workers in our state are injured, they can collect Missouri workers’ compensation benefits. What happens when a worker is killed on the job though? After all, there are numerous costs the family of the victim shouldn’t incur if the death was the result of an employer’s negligence, including medical bills and funeral expenses.… Read More

Financial Resources Available for Those Who Suffer Amputation and Loss of Limbs

September 16th, 2014 | Personal injury

Many types of injuries can make it difficult to work in the future and cause workers to need income resources to help make ends meet, but one of the most serious is the amputation and loss of limbs. That’s why our legal team at Cofman Townsley would like to outline several of the options that… Read More

Missouri Lawmakers Reform State’s Workers’ Compensation Program

June 11th, 2013 | Personal injury

Several major changes were recently approved to the way Missouri Workers’ Compensation Benefits are distributed to those who have been harmed while on-the-job. Senate Bill 1 will allow a wider array of injured workers to receive more money than the previous law allowed. Read More