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Applying for Workers' Compensation Benefits

Minnesota Workers' Comp Application Lawyers

If you have been injured in a workplace accident, you must move quickly to ensure your rights are protected. Have you informed your employer about the injury? Have you filled out a first report of injury? There are deadlines that must be met in taking these steps. If you do not meet them, your right to collect workers' compensation benefits could be impacted. At Midwest Disability in Minneapolis, our lawyers can assist with your workers' compensation application, making certain deadlines are met and your rights are protected.

The First Step Is Easy

Many people choose to handle the workers' compensation claims on their own. The first step is easy. However, it also sets the stage for things to come. You want to make certain that everything is done correctly in order to prevent your claim from being denied.

All cases are taken on contingency, meaning there are no fees until we recover benefits. Those fees are no higher if you enlist us at the very start of the process, so it makes sense for you to take advantage of our more than 50 years of combined experience immediately.

When Will You Receive a Response to Your Claim?

You have immediate financial and medical needs after a work injury. Thankfully, the workers' compensation insurance company is obligated to move quickly when responding to your claim. The insurance company has 14 days to accept or deny your claim.

If your claim is accepted, we will review it to ensure that you are getting all of the workers' comp benefits you are entitled to. If not, our attorneys will assist you with fighting any denial of your benefits. We have a successful track record getting denied claims approved.

Free Case Evaluations and Free Consultations for Injured Workers

Start with a free case evaluation. To schedule a free consultation about applying for workers' compensation, 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.