St. Louis Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

Were You Injured at Work? Let Our Team Advocate for You!

Most employers in the state of Missouri are required by law to cover their employees with workers’ compensation insurance. If you were injured at work—regardless of whether it was your fault—you could be entitled to receive workers’ comp benefits. This can help you pay any bills related to your injury, as well as reimburse you for lost wages so that you can stay on top of your regular monthly bills. At DiPasquale Moore, we have more than 100 years of combined experience in workers’ compensation law. We understand how workers’ comp claims often serve as a lifeline to injured employees. Unfortunately, we also know that many employers and their insurance companies will do everything they can to pay as little as possible to those injured—sometimes even resorting to retaliation or other illegal practices. That’s why we have made workers’ rights our priority. Our attorneys will fight to get you the workers’ comp benefits to which you are entitled. If we don’t win your case, you won’t owe us a dime.

Call (314) 888-4444 or contact us online today for a free consultation.

Eligible Injuries for a Workers’ Compensation Claim

Workers’ compensation insurance covers most workplace injuries for which either the employer or the employee is at fault. Common examples include:
  • Lacerations
  • Severe burns
  • Broken bones
  • Sprains and strains
  • Dislocated shoulders
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Elbow and knee conditions/injuries
  • Persistent carpal tunnel syndrome

Can I Sue Over a Workplace Injury?

If a third party was responsible for your workplace injury, you may qualify to file a civil lawsuit against that party instead of a workers’ comp claim. This could result in a larger payout for you, as civil cases allow for the recovery of a wider spectrum of damages. For example, you cannot recover compensation for pain and suffering through a worker’s comp claim, but you could through a civil case. It is important to note that employees do not have the option to sue their employers over a workplace injury. If no third party was involved, a workers’ comp claim will be your only option.

Protect Yourself From Retaliation

Sadly, the fear of retaliation prevents many injured employees from filing workers’ comp claims. It is illegal for an employer to retaliate or discriminate against an employee for filing a workers’ comp claim, however. If you are worried your employer might retaliate, or if they already have, consult an attorney to learn about your rights as an employee in St. Louis.

How Long Do I Have to File for Workers’ Comp?

In St. Louis, employees have 30 days from the date of injury to notify their employer and two years from the date of injury to file a workers’ comp claim. If your employer mishandles your claim, you may have an extra year. The longer you wait, the weaker your chances of collecting benefits are likely to become. Don’t wait to tell your employer—and don’t wait to seek medical help for your health. In addition to treating your injury, a medical professional will also document it, which can greatly help your case.

Call DiPasquale Moore to Get Started

DiPasquale Moore’s team of award-winning trial lawyers has helped countless clients recover compensation through workers’ comp insurance claims and third-party lawsuits. Our premier advocacy and comprehensive legal services have resulted in acclaim from The National Trial Lawyers, Super Lawyers®, and our peers and clients. There is no fee unless we win, so why wait?

Call (314) 888-4444 or contact us online today for a free consultation.

Achieving Big results for Our Clients

Check Out Our Recent Case Victories

  • $8.8 Million
    Brain Injury
  • $4.6 Million
    Motor Vehicle Accident
  • $3 Million
    Catastrophic Injury
  • $2.2 Million
    Wrongful Death
  • $1.5 Million
    Truck Accident
  • $1.5 Million
    Motor Vehicle Accident
  • $1.5 Million
    Truck Accident
  • $1.4 Million
    Car Accident
  • $1.325 Million
    Car Accident
  • $1.25 Million
    Motor Vehicle Accident


Benefits That Set Our Firm Apart From The Rest

We have a track record of success

We are dedicated to professionalism and high-quality legal representation

We offer each prospective client a free consultation

Our attorneys have over 100 years of collective legal experience

Let Our Experienced Attorneys Fight For You


Devoted To Injured Victims Across Missouri & Kansas

  • Your Intervention Into My Case Had Made It Easy And Possible For Me To Get What I Deserved!

    I really appreciated the service you offered me when I was in need. Your intervention into my case had made it easy and possible for me to get what I deserved, for without your service I wouldn’t have gotten what I get. Thank you very much. That being said I would like to give you five stars out of 5. And I will recommend a friend and a family member to you if the need arises. Thank you again.

    – S.D.

  • Awesome, Time Efficient And Professional!

    Ryan Watson was Awesome, time efficient and professional! He returned all calls and worked hard on my case, Thank for all your help!

    – M.D.

  • I Appreciate All Of The Hard Work!

    I appreciate all of the hard work. Ryan and Theresa did a great job. It was much faster than i thought. Thank you so much for the help.

    – L.H.

  • They Made The Experience Smooth And Easy!

    Todd was great to work with! He took care of everything and kept up with follow ups to inform me where things were standing. I had no issues reaching him for any questions or concerns! For my first meeting, they made the experience smooth and easy!

    – S.M.

  • I Am Happy With The Result!

    Ryan W. was my attorney. He was always on call and very attentive to my case. I am happy with the result and will be a returning customer.

    – J.M.


Our Awards & Accolades

Super Lawyers White
The National Trial Lawyers Top 40
Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Avvo Clients' Choice Award
Kansas Bar
The Missouri Bar


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