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Mental Health Injury Lawyers

Most workers understand that they are entitled to workers' compensation benefits if they have sustained a physical injury as a result of their work. What many workers do not realize is that they are also entitled to benefits for emotional injuries that are work-related.

Workers who are injured on the job may sustain emotional trauma in addition to the physical pain and injuries they sustain. The two most common types of mental health injuries that are associated with work injuries are depression and anxiety.

Depression is not uncommon for workers who have sustained serious injuries that limit their ability to work or enjoy daily life activities. Anxiety is not uncommon when workers have been injured in a traumatic accident, such as a vehicle accident, fire, explosion, chemical exposure, fall from an elevated work structure or other frightening accident.

Our Minnesota Workers' Compensation Attorneys Can Help

At Midwest Disability, we have more than 50 years of combined legal experience. Our attorneys have advocated on behalf of thousands of injured workers. We have helped many clients obtain compensation for physical and mental injuries.

We work hard to help our clients obtain wage loss benefits and medical benefits, including any necessary counseling and mental health services they require. If necessary, we can also seek job retraining benefits to help you return to work. We encourage you to contact our firm to learn more about your legal rights and the compensation that may be available to you.

Contact A Minneapolis Work Injury Lawyer

From our office in Coon Rapids, we represent clients throughout Minnesota. We offer a free consultation and charge no fees unless we obtain compensation for you. To contact a Minnesota work injury attorney at our firm, call 855-604-1116 or toll free at 855-604-1116. You may also contact us by email.