Helping Injured Workers Obtain Full Compensation
No one plans to get hurt at work, but when it happens, most of us trust that there will be adequate compensation available from the workers’ compensation system and through our employers’ good will.
However, the compensation most injured workers receive from the workers’ compensation system is usually not nearly enough to truly cover their costs.
At Yonke Law LLC, we can help. With decades of experience handling all types of work injury claims for clients in Kansas City, Missouri, our attorneys will help you find the source of compensation to make sure you get the money you need.
At Yonke Law LLC, we represent clients in third-party liability claims. A third-party claim is a legal action arising from a work-related injury. Simply, it is a lawsuit against a third party, not the employer or anyone else at work. These claims can be product liability claims brought against suppliers of work-related tools, premises liability claims against property owners for dangerous property conditions, or other related claims.
Since the workers’ compensation system does not allow personal injury suits against employers, a third-party claim allows injured workers to get the full measure of financial compensation they need.
Our lawyers have a wealth of experience protecting the rights of injured workers in third-party claims.
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There is no charge for talking with a lawyer about a third-party liability claim. We do not charge for initial consultations, and we will not charge attorney fees until we win your case. Call us at (816) 221-6400 or email us to schedule your free initial consultation.
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Michael Yonke proudly carries on the legacy of his father, the late Albert J. Yonke, known as one of the top practitioners of labor law in Missouri and Kansas, in advocating for the working class and the underdogs of Kansas City.