Once you receive weekly benefits, through Kansas Worker's Compensation, you likely will determine that the maximum benefit amount is hard to survive on. For that reason, we are often asked about the possibility of simultaneously receiving Worker's Compensation and Social Security benefits. The short answer is, in Kansas, you cannot get both at the same time. For that reason, when you have physical conditions that may prevent them from returning to work, we work with you to determine which benefits you should request. We also work with you, if you have already been paid Work Comp benefits and now want Social Security instead, in calculating the amount that will be offset from you Social Security.
We have recovered tens-of-thousands of dollars for other injured clients and will work tirelessly to get what is fair for you. If you, or your loved one, have been injured at work give us a call today at 913.602.7288 or complete this FORM.
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