Below is a guide to recover keys sent to a bitcoin address on a different post on this site:
Seems to work for this and upgrades that coins are not seen in but private keys are...
unless you have a way to import private keys on your trezor and "add a witness" ...
however like I was saying earlier you need to verify your private key since you only have recovery words so you will need to verify that those recovery words hash using sha256 in Big Endian Format...if it does as not give the same "L" address by just typing the 24 words into the "private key" box on liteaddress.org....and it should match the first address on the device...if you do it correctly
You're going to need a fully synced Litecoin-qt install for this to work, which may take 5-10 hours.
1. Open up this page, BitAddress.org, and LiteAddress.org
2. Copy your private key into the Wallet Details tab on BitAddress.org. Scroll to the bottom and copy the "Private Key Hexadecimal Format (64 characters [0-9A-F]):" value.
3. Go to the LiteAddress.org page and move around your mouse until the Wallet Details tabs appears. Put in the hex key from the previous step in here.
4. Select and copy the compressed WIF key (NOT the one starting with 6). Also keep note of the "Litecoin Address Compressed" from the first half of the page (starting with L)
5. Open up Litecoin-qt, then head into the debug console.
6. Run importprivkey "" (with quotes).
7. Once the import finished, run addwitnessaddress "".
8. Wait for this import to finish as well. Take the M-address from the console and use this tool to convert it to a 3-Address.
9. If the funds haven't shown up yet, close Litecoin-qt.
10. Restart Litecoin-qt along with a rescan. This varies by OS, and in most cases will happen automatically if you wait for 10 minutes or so before restarting.