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Significant Victories

$ 8,800,000.00 Jury Verdict Product Liability Case

$ 75,000,000.00 Settlement Product Liability Cases

$ 15,000,000.00 Settlement Personal Injury Case

$ 10,000,000.00 Settlement Personal Injury Case

$ 55,000,000.00 Settlement Product Liability Cases

$ 12,000,000.00 Jury Verdict Personal Injury Case

$ 12,000,000.00 Settlement Insurance Coverage Case

$ 10,000,000.00 Judgment Personal Injury Case

$ 2,200,000,000.00 Jury Verdict Pharmaceutical Case

$ 4,400,000.00 Jury Verdict Personal Injury Case

$ 30,000,000.00 Settlement Personal Injury Case

$ 3,750,000.00 Settlement Personal Injury Case

$ 6,800,000.00 Jury Verdict Employment Case

$ 1,000,000.00 Jury Verdict Employment Case

Our Kansas Workers' Compensation Lawyers provide Help and Resources

The Kansas workers’ compensation lawyers who work for Ketchmark and McCreight, P.C. have over 15 years of experience working in the field and supporting clients through the personal injury at work claim process. This is why so many people choose to bring their workers’ compensation claim to the attention of our experienced team in Kansas City.

To find out more about the services that our Kansas workers’ compensation lawyers provide, read the attached article, entitled Meet our Workers’ Compensation Lawyers for Kansas today.

However, we would also like you to be aware of the fact that our personal injury law firm, based in Kansas City, is happy and proud to act as a reliable source of information and provide useful resources to our present and potential clients at every given opportunity.

Therefore, the list below is a very useful list of resources about Kansas workers’ compensation claims that we hope you are able to take advantage of and should you have any further questions about workers’ compensation claims across the state of Kansas, please do contact our workers’ compensation lawyers directly by following the link today.

Links for Useful Resources about Workers' Compensation
The list below is by no means extensive, but the links about workers’ compensation that we have provided here are by far some of the most relevant and useful. If you have any questions about these sites or about workers’ compensation claims in general at any time, contact our workers’ compensation lawyers. We are always happy to help.

The AFL-CIO is a federation of 54 labor unions. It provides lots of information on workers' compensation and there are lots of links from this website to information on occupational health and workers' rights as well.

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
This site provides a wide range of statistics and articles on injuries, illnesses and fatalities that take place at work and most of the information that you find will have been taken from the federal government's labor statistics agency, which means that the information is very accurate.

Job Accommodation Network (JAN)
This website is a fantastic resource for people who have been injured a work. It is a free consulting service for workers with disabilities and their employers supported directly by the US Department of Labor.

The website provides extensive information about job accommodations, it outlines in great detail the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the focus of many of its articles and content in general is on the employability of people with disabilities.

If you have suffered from a personal injury and you now have difficulties working in general, this website will probably prove to be very useful to you and to your employer as well. The workers’ compensation lawyers at Ketchmark and McCreight, P.C. recommend that you take lots of time going through the material and thou remain up-to-date with all of the new content that is posted on the website as and when it becomes available in the future.

Legal Information Institute
If what you are looking for is a complete, but easy to digest overview of workers' compensation law, then this website is exactly what you need.

The website was developed and continues to be maintained by the Cornell Law School and will help you to understand everything from the very basic to the very complex about workers’ compensation claims in Kansas and it could prove to be a very useful resource to you during the entire process of your workers’ compensation claim.

If you are somebody who likes to research and investigate and be thoroughly prepped on a subject, the Legal Information Institute is the website for you.

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
This online resource could be useful to those people who have suffered injuries at work as a result of exposure to disease or dangerous chemicals, for instance.

The website provides comprehensive information on workplace injuries from a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the information that it provides is very thorough, highly up-to-date and impeccably accurate.

What to do next?
If you have been injured at work in Kansas and you are considering the filing of a workers’ compensation claim as a result, we cannot emphasize enough the importance of contacting our workers’ compensation lawyers without further delay.

It is vital that you consult one of our workers’ compensation claim specialists because every single claim is different to any other and you will need professional legal advice to be completely certain whether or not you have a strong enough workers’ compensation claim to file in the state of Kansas.

We hope that the resources that we have provided above are useful to you, but we do also know that nothing beats the direct consultation with one of our workers’ compensation lawyers. Therefore, we are very much looking forward to hearing from you about your individual circumstances in the very near future.

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