• Car Accidents

    Have you been hurt in a car accident? BW is here to help! Contact us today to get the representation you deserve.

    Car Accidents
  • Truck Accidents

    Truck accidents seriously injure or kill St. Louis drivers every day. If you or a loved one has been involved in a truck accident, we can help you immediately, with a free consultation. We've been on both sides of the truck accident fight for 30 years, so we know how to help YOU.

    Truck Accidents
  • Workers Compensation

    Have you been hurt on the job? If so, you are at the right place because we can help. We are one of the leading workers' compensation law firms in the area. We have seen virtually every type of injury there is in our 30+ years of representing hurt workers. Plus, we have the highest rating for legal ability and ethical standards. We know the law and will work hard to ensure you get the best results possible. Contact us now and click here for more information about work place injuries.

    Workers Compensation
  • Medical Malpractice

    We pride ourselves on being strong and successful patient advocates for those who have been injured or killed because of medical error. The prestigious Journal of Patient Safety recently reported that as many as 440,000 people die every year from unnecessary medical mistakes. Although many doctors try their best, they are like everyone else and sometimes make mistakes. When mistakes happen, let BW's expert patient advocates help you. Contact us now and click here to learn more about our substantial medical malpractice experience.

    Medical Malpractice
  • Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Workers compensation is an insurance benefit you earned through employment.  It is not a handout, and it is not a lawsuit against your employer.  It is a claim against an insurance company for benefits owed to you. 

If you are injured on the job, the workers compensation insurance company owes you three benefits under the law:

1.    Medical care.  The insurance company must pay for the medical care necessary to cure your work injuries.
2.    Temporary wage replacement.  These are called Temporary Total Disability (TTD) payments.  You have a right to weekly payments while you are treating and unable to work.

3.    Permanent injury payments.  After you received the necessary medical care and reached maximum medical improvement (MMI), the insurance company owes you money for your permanent injury.  There are three types of permanent injury benefits:

·       Permanent Total Disability (PTD): If you are unable to return to any job because of your permanent injuries, you are owed PTD payments, which are 2/3 of your average weekly wage for the rest of your life. 

·       Permanent Partial Disability (PPD): If you are able to return to work, you are owed a lump sum PPD payment, which depends on the impairment rating determined by the judge.  

·       Death Benefit: If you die as a result of your work injuries, your surviving spouse, or minor children, are entitled to a death benefit, which equals 2/3 of your average weekly wage until minor children reach 18, or the remainder of your surviving spouses life.


Make sure you understand these rights.  Review our website, or call us with any questions.  


Determining the full workers’ compensation benefits you are entitled to receive can be complicated. The determination can depend on calculations of your average weekly wage, which can be complicated depending on the industry in which you work.

The insurance adjuster will often argue that your injury is not serious and will attempt to minimize your workers’ compensation benefits. We have been representing injured Missourians for over 30 years. We know the benefits you are entitled to receive, and we know how to get them for you.

We provide answers to  questions regarding workers’ compensation benefits. If you have any questions regarding workers’ compensation benefits, call us today in St. Louis at 314-878-2537, in Southwest Missouri at 417-623-0900, or Toll Free at 800-371-8220 or send us an email. We will evaluate your case free of charge. We will never take a fee unless and until we obtain a settlement or award for you.