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Firm Overview

Minnesota Injured Worker Lawyers

If you have been injured at work, your chances of getting workers' compensation benefits that truly meet your needs are improved if you are represented by a skilled attorney.

Why choose Midwest Disability? The answer to that question can be summed up in four words: Great people. Great results.

Experienced and Caring Attorneys

At our law firm, you'll find attorneys with more than 50 years of experience helping injured workers. Among our team members, you will find people who have been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers for a decade running, and people who have been voted among the top 40 workers' compensation lawyers in Minnesota. Experience has also taught us that timely results come from careful preparation and that every client and every workers' comp claim is unique.

Our attorneys and staff have compassion for the challenges that come with a work injury. We understand the frustration that comes with the workers' compensation process, frustration that is added onto the physical pain and suffering of the injury itself. Our role is to ease your burdens and reduce your stress by giving you clear answers and information — and by maintaining open, honest and regular communication as we pursue results for you.

A Successful Track Record

Even if a workers' compensation claim is not initially denied, the benefits offered may not seem fair or they may be cut off well before the workplace injury victim has recovered. Our law firm has a record of success overcoming these and all other obstacles for thousands of clients each year for injured workers in Minneapolis and throughout Minnesota.

Free Case Evaluations and Free Consultations for Injured Workers

Start with a free case evaluation. To schedule a free consultation with one of our Minneapolis, Minnesota, workers' comp attorneys, contact us online or call our offices directly at 855-604-1116. All cases are taken on contingency, meaning there are no fees until we recover benefits.