Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Serving Anoka County
More than just the Halloween Capital of the World, Anoka County has a rich history of industry dating back to its founding. With U.S. Highways 10 and 169, and State Highway 47 running through it, Anoka County is a crucial transportation corridor for commerce. Aside from being part of the Twin Cities metro, the cities of Anoka, Coon Rapids, Blaine, Andover, Lino Lakes, Fridley, Columbia Heights and Ramsey provide endless options for employment.
Manufacturing is a thriving industry, from medical devices to chemicals, plastics and even heavy machinery; Anoka’s central location in the Twin Cities metro area provides easy access to suppliers and customers. Minnesota’s I-35 Technology Corridor runs through northeastern Anoka County, providing large data centers and IT-related project opportunities. With a low unemployment rate and a wide variety of industries available, Anoka County has almost 200,000 people in the labor force.
All workers face the risk of accidental injury while on the job. Manufacturing workers, such as welders, machine operators and technicians, are at risk of injury on a daily basis due to the nature of their jobs. You are more likely to be able to protect your rights if you understand what you should be able to get, like medical care, a portion of your lost wages, rehabilitation services and more.
Our workers’ compensation attorneys at Midwest Disability Work Comp have been helping injured workers throughout Minnesota for over 25 years. Our Anoka County workers’ compensation lawyers can provide valuable information and guidance to injured workers pursuing workers’ compensation benefits.
Helping Injured Workers Find Relief
Our Anoka County workers’ compensation attorneys have been helping injured workers and their families throughout Minnesota since 1996. We understand that the process of obtaining workers’ compensation benefits isn’t always straightforward and is often confusing and overwhelming. Let us help you through every step of the workers’ compensation process, including:
- Explaining the benefits for which you are eligible
- Exploring your options for other types of financial support
- Representing you if your workers’ compensation insurer stops paying you
- Appealing denied claims
If your claim has been undervalued or denied, or your benefit payments have been cancelled or reduced without a valid explanation, Midwest Disability Work Comp and our team of workers’ comp attorneys can help you. Our goal is to provide relief to injured workers and provide clear explanations so that nobody is left in the dark about their situation.