If your employer's doctor indicates that surgery is necessary but your employer says you must first get a second opinion, you should certainly relay this information to your Missouri Workers' Compensation lawyer.

Your employer cannot demand that you get a second opinion before approving your surgery. This is sometimes the result of an attempt to have you eventually seen by a doctor who disagrees with the need for surgery. This would then eliminate your employer's responsibility to pay for it. Your Missouri Workers' Comp benefits are available to pay for any surgery or other treatment plan a doctor advises.

Your lawyer can evaluate the facts of your case to determine if your rights to Missouri Workers' Comp benefits are being violated.

If you have any other questions pertaining to your Missouri Workers' Comp benefits or if you need clarification on any aspect of your claim, you should speak with a lawyer.

A Missouri Workers' Compensation lawyer will ensure your legal rights are protected and fight for you in the effort to secure your full compensation after a serious work injury.

Contacting a Missouri Workers' Compensation

When a workplace accident in Missouri causes serious injury or death, Missouri Workers' Compensation is often the primary source of benefits to address the damages. Order our FREE guide to Missouri Workers' Compensation for injured workers and learn more about this often complicated system. If you have questions about Missouri Workers' Compensation or your claim has been denied, delayed or unfairly reduced, contact the Missouri Workers' Compensation lawyer team at Bollwerk & Tatlow, LLC - 314-315-8111.