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How Do You Get Your Rightful Compensation?

We at Loney & Schueller are dedicated in the fight to ensure workers' safety and compensation.

We handle all cases on a contingency-fee basis. You pay no attorneys' fees unless we recover monetary damages for your workers' compensation or personal injury litigation claim.

When you win, who pays?

Employers subject to the law are required to provide insurance through a private insurance company or qualify as a self-insurer.

If the employer provides coverage by purchasing an insurance policy, the employer pays the insurance premium charges. The insurance company (or adjusting company) pays the workers' compensation benefits to the injured employee.

If the employer is self-insured, the employer (or adjusting company) pays the workers' compensation benefits to the injured employee.

Any employer who fails to provide insurance coverage for eligible employees, as the law provides, may be liable to an employee for either workers' compensation benefits or for damages in a civil action.

Eric, Randy, and Sarah have over 30 years of combined experience in dealing with workers' compensation cases, and are ready to handle your claim as well! Call Loney & Schueller at 515-225-4485 or visit us at!

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