Law Office of

Louise Ryterski, L.L.C.

Our Work Injury Lawyer is Here to Guide You

Law Office of Louise Ryterski, L.L.C. can help you avoid mistakes and prepare for your claim. Rely on our attorney’s experience in handling injury and workplace accident cases. We have the knowledge in the legal field necessary to get you through the entire process.

Useful Information for Your Case

Our office prepares you for your lawsuit by giving you access to valuable resources and information. Avoid common mistakes by following these steps:

  1. Notify your supervisor, manager, or employer about your injury.
  2. After giving notice, explain the events that caused the incident.
  3. Fill out an injury report, make a copy for yourself, and give a duplicate to your supervisor.
  4. Ask your employer to send you to the doctor.
    • Don’t go to the doctor on your own for a work injury unless your employer states that they will be covering your bill.
    • As ordered by Missouri state law, you have to make sure to go to the hospital or doctor that your manager or employer sends you.

A Law Office That Will Go the Extra Mile to Protect You

We are here to help you get just compensation if you were injured at your workplace. With our team by your side, you do not have to be afraid of losing your job if you file a claim and ask for benefits.

Under Missouri law, your employer cannot fire you for filing a work injury lawsuit. Contact our attorney if your supervisors threaten to terminate your employment or take the following discriminating actions against you:

  • Displaying a Negative Attitude
  • Harassment
  • Demotion
  • Unjustified Bad Marks or Reviews
  • Pay Decrease

Learn More About Your Benefits

We can inform you about the benefits you should receive under Missouri’s workers’ compensation law. If your case is covered under Missouri law, then you should be entitled to the following:

  • Medical care to treat the injury/occupational diseases
  • Temporary benefits while your injuries are preventing you from working
  • Cash settlement if you suffer permanent disability

The State of Missouri (Second Injury Funding) may pay you benefits under certain circumstances. The law is complex. It is best to seek the experience of Attorney Ryterski to guide you through the process.