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Get Justice for Your Work-Related Injury

* Back Injuries
* Shoulder Injuries
* Neck Injuries
* Knee Injuries
* Repetitive motion injuries
* Toxic chemical exposure

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We defend YOUR Employee Rights!

* Wrongful Termination
* Employment Discrimination or Retaliation
* Workplace Harassment
*Employment or severence agreements
* Effective and Assertive Legal Representation


Right Experience That You Need for Your Case

Ms. Stacey Page of The Page Law Group LLC has been defending the rights of workers for more than 22 years.  

 
We will work with you to get the compensation you are entitled to. 
 
If your rights have been violated or you have been injured at work, don’t wait to file a claim. Contact us to get professional help for your case.
Attorney Stacey Page
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What clients say...

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"We had a great experience at The Page Law Group during our workers’ compensation claim. 

Everyone was nice and informative during the process. We will definitely refer others in the future!”

- J. S.
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They helped me through a lot of the struggles of a case and were very helpful in aiding me to chose the right route. I appreciated their help.
- D. W.
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Great advise and fast responses!!!!!
- J.H.
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Latest law news

 

Workers’ Compensation Law in Missouri – Notice of Injury

 

For all claims after August 27th, 2005, you must notify your Employer of your work-related injury within thirty (30) days.  If you have a repetitive trauma injury such as carpal tunnel syndrome, you must inform your Employer within 30 days of the medical diagnosis of this condition by a physician. Your injury date for a repetitive type trauma will most likely be the date of the diagnosis. It is always better to err on the side of caution and report all significant injuries (excluding minor scrapes that are treatable on site) so that you do not confront this problem of not notifying your Employer in a timely manner.  If you injure yourself at work and do not report it within the 30-day timeframe, then your claim may be denied as the Employer has the right to select your medical providers.    If you report your injury in a timely manner and your Employer does not send you for medical treatment, then you may select your own medical providers. However, notice to the Employer should be communicated in writing, if possible.   If you have been injured on the job and have further questions about your claim, please call The Page Law Group LLC at (417)719-4774 for a free consultation.  

 

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