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08/27/2015
By: Pamela P.
Mayer & Rosenberg
It was late Friday evening and I had just been involved in an accident. I called Mayer and Rosenberg expecting to leave a message but Mr. Rosenberg actually answered the phone. I explained what had just happened and he took the time right then to make sure I was not hurt and in need medical attention (I was only shaken up) and then he provided me with the information I needed to know to protect myself and more importantly to me, assured me he would be here for me during the entire process. This gave me a sense of relief knowing I had some help that is on my side. Thank you David Rosenberg and everyone at the Mayer & Rosenberg Law firm for your help. Pam
11/11/2013
By: puplovein
Mayer & Rosenberg
Truly makes legal matters as simple to deal with as possible. Has helped me with a wide variety of issues I've had to deal with. Very highly recommended for getting the job done and helping in every way! The ease of contact in resolving every issue is th
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05/25/2017
By: Patrick M.
Mayer & Rosenberg
David has been my attorney for over 10 years and has always provided top notch legal advice and service. His ability to explain all facets of your case is educational and reassuring. Great lawyer and even a better person....
10/15/2016
By: Reina M.
Mayer & Rosenberg
They were so helpful with my questions about the accident I had while visiting my dad in Kansas City. Thank you Mr. Rosenberg.
Tips & Advices
Even if an injury is the employee’s fault, they may still be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits.
Palliative care is specialized treatment for patients suffering from serious illnesses.
Not always. If you injuries are minor and only require a short period of time from work, and your employer does not dispute it, you can settle the claim yourself.
A QME is an independent physician that is certified by to examine injured workers, evaluate their injuries and determine their qualification for workers compensation.
A workers’ compensation claim can be denied for a number of reasons including: an injury not related to the job, a delayed injury report, seeing a doctor other than one required by your employer and a pre-existing condition.

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