Browse our frequently asked questions (FAQs) for quick answers to common questions about workers’ comp cases at Brown & Crouppen Law Firm.
How much is my worker’s comp case worth?
Ultimately, this will be dependent on many unique factors of your case.
Generally, the average workers’ compensation settlement is between $2,000 and $40,000, although some may settle for millions.
How Long Do I Have to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim?
It depends on your state and your type of case.
The Missouri statute of limitations for workers’ compensation is 2 years, meaning Missouri residents have 2 years from the day of work injury to file a lawsuit.
How Long Does A Workers’ Comp Case Take?
Each case is unique, but often settle within 6 months.
Workers’ compensation cases often settle in as little as 6 months after medical treatment is complete. However, each case is unique and can take less or more time to settle depending on the injuries and number of parties involved in the claim.
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