Workers’ Comp - Missouri Secondary Injury Fund Lawyers in Springfield, MO

The Alberhasky Law Firm –
The Best Injury Attorneys for Veterans

For veterans, connection to prior injuries or conditions from being in the service and having an unfortunate work related injury could make you eligible for workers’ compensation from the Missouri Second Injury Fund (SIF). Navigating SIF compensation without an experienced injury lawyer puts your compensation rate at risk, which could mean that you may not be able to cover all of your work injury expenses. The Alberhasky Law Firm offers veterans with the guidance and representation required to receive compensation benefits through the Missouri SIF

You don’t have to apply for benefits on your own. If you’re ready to get the legal representation, guidance, and respect that you deserve, contact us today at our downtown Springfield, MO office. You’ll receive a free consultation and Veterans Discount of 10% regardless of whether or not you qualify for SIF benefits.


Workers’ compensation law is complicated. Handling it all on your own may only put more stress on you while you’re enduring an illness, injury, or other changes to your everyday life. 

You may qualify for receiving second injury funds if you are a veteran with a pre-existing partial or full permanent disability and if your work related injuries require rehab, you may be eligible for rehabilitation benefits. It is important to talk to an attorney because many factors come into play that can impact your eligibility for benefits, such as your condition(s), time sensitivity, and the sequence of events required to correctly file. Missouri Second Injury Fund settlements are achievable, but the burden of proof still lies on the veterans’ shoulders.

Choose The Alberhasky Law Firm to seek council in the event that you are injured at work. Our lawyers frequently handle workers’ compensation pre-hearings, mediation, settlement conferences, evidentiary hearings, and so on, for the sake of representing everyday people who seek justice in their claim. Since our litigators are so familiar with the Second Injury Fund process, we are happy to offer free consultations to anyone who is ready for guidance. Reaching out will minimize the time it takes to make progress in your Second Injury case and seek every opportunity to maximize your compensation rate.


Some injuries or conditions may be apparent, but others often go unnoticed. After leaving the service, a connection to the challenges that mental health can cause is well known. Overall health and happiness is compromised for each vet who lives with mental illness, whether or not the condition is diagnosed. We take on cases for service connected PTSD or depression, which are only two common conditions that are often left diagnosed in veterans. A recent study by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs has determined that PTSD is present in approximately 13.5% of Veterans while, depression symptoms have been reported by roughly 1 in 3 Veterans.

It is possible that you may have one or both of these conditions. When adjusting to life after a career in the military, mental health is important to reflect on. When your recent work injury is connected to service related mental illness, winning your claim may put you in a better position to focus on recovery. If you have been injured on the job, The Alberhasky Law Firm in Springfield, MO understands SIFs well and can help you receive the benefits that you are entitled to, regardless of how visible your condition is to others.


The Alberhasky Law Firm is dedicated to honoring those who have served. We established a scholarship at the University of Missouri School of Law in Columbia in honor of Major Mike Martinez, who died in 2006 while serving his country in Iraq. Additionally, each year we sponsor the University of Missouri School of Law’s Veterans’ Clinic. We want to give back to those who have given so much to protect our country and our freedom.

Our dedication to our clients has made us one of the most respected law firms in Springfield, MO.As stated above, we offer free consultations and a 10% discount to veterans.

Contact us online or via phone at 417-865-4444 to schedule a consultation today.