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Kansas Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

At Madden & Orsi , in Wichita, Kansas, our attorneys assist clients with the filing of workers’ compensation claims. If you have been injured or become injured or sick with an occupational illness as the result of a condition at your workplace, you may be entitled to a settlement from your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance policy. If you are uncertain about the decision to file a claim, we can help you determine whether you have a case for a Kansas workers’ compensation settlement. Workers’ compensation benefits may provide payment for all reasonable and necessary medical care incurred to treat the work-related injury or illness. Those who are unable to work temporarily, or who are permanently disabled may also be entitled to compensation for their lost weekly wages.

If you have been injured on the job, the first thing you should do is seek medical treatment. After you have seen a doctor, it is important to act quickly to ensure you receive the full benefits to which you are entitled. You must file your claim within 60 days in order to be eligible to receive benefits under workers’ compensation. Do not trust this responsibility to your employer. If you miss the 60 day deadline, you are no longer eligible for workers’ compensation.

At Madden & Orsi, we help clients who have become sick or injured due to unsafe working conditions and assist them in the workers’ compensation benefits claim process. We also represent the families of individuals who have died as the result of unsafe working conditions in wrongful death litigation.

If you have suffered a workplace injury due to defective machinery, or if you have become ill as the result of exposure to hazardous materials at your job, contact us today.

Serving the Kansas cities of Wichita, Maize, Eastborough, Andover, Derby, Park City, Valley Center, Clearwater, Goddard, Augusta, Newton, and Hutchinson, and Sedgwick, Harvey, and Reno counties; Kansas City, and Jackson county, Missouri, as well as Ponca City and Kay county in Northern Oklahoma.