Hurt At Work In Minnesota?
Workplace accidents can turn “another day at the office” into a lifetime of challenges. As the medical expenses and other costs pile up with no paycheck in sight, who can you turn to for help getting the workers’ compensation benefits you need to make ends meet?
In Minnesota, you can rely on Nicolet Law Office, to help you make things right after suffering a work-related injury. We work tirelessly to give our clients peace of mind and obtain the benefits they need for medical costs and lost wages.
Common Workplace Injuries
The types of injuries vary from industry to industry, but one thing remains the same: No workplace is without injury risk. No matter where you work, you can rely on us to pursue the full benefits you need for injuries such as:
- Shoulder injuries
- Back and neck injuries
- Head injuries, including concussions and traumatic brain injuries
- Knee, ankle, elbow and other joint injuries
- Muscle, tendon, and soft tissue injuries
- Loss of vision
- Hearing loss
- Broken bones
- Depression, anxiety and PTSD
Don’t despair if your particular injury or condition is not listed here. An attorney from our firm can learn about your circumstances and determine whether you are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits.
What Is Workers’ Compensation?
There are many myths and misunderstandings surrounding workers’ compensation. Employers have workers’ compensation insurance to cover the medical expenses and lost wages of employees who are hurt at work or otherwise suffering from a work-related injury or condition. Nearly all workers in Minnesota are eligible for workers’ compensation. However, it can be difficult to collect benefits because the insurance company will pull out all the stops to limit payouts. That’s why it is so crucial to have an experienced attorney advocating for your rights.
Get Started Today
The clock is ticking on your ability to make a workers’ compensation claim. Our lawyers can help you get the benefits you deserve as efficiently as possible. Contact our firm online to schedule your free case evaluation, or call 715-377-2141.