It Does Not Matter Where You Live. We Can Help.
Anyone who works in Minnesota is covered by their employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. Even if you live in another state but are employed in Minnesota, you can file a claim for benefits through your Minnesota employer.
If you work or live in a rural area, there may not be a local workers’ compensation attorney nearby. However, legal help is available to you no matter where you live.
We Will Be Your “Local” Lawyer
At Midwest Disability, we represent workers from every corner of the state and from all types of industries. While our offices are in Coon Rapids, just north of the Twin Cities, most work comp claimants never need to meet their lawyers in person.
We handle our clients’ claims by phone, email, mail and online video meetings. Also, workers’ comp hearings are primarily handled with Zoom meetings. This allows us to appear on behalf of our clients no matter the location.
Our firm has been providing experienced representation to injured workers since 1996. Our caring attorneys and dedicated staff handle only workers’ compensation claims. And, since lawyer fees are set by law and based on the amount you win, you won’t pay more for our help than you would for any other attorney in the state.
Work Comp Laws Are The Same Throughout Minnesota
No matter where you work in Minnesota, the workers’ compensation laws are the same. From filing a claim to appealing a denial, you will face the same process no matter what. We are happy to walk you through the process and answer all your questions such as:
- What type of benefits will you receive?
- How long will your claim take?
- When do you have to go back to work?
- What if you can’t go back to your old job?
In addition, if you are temporarily working out of state, but your regular work location is in Minnesota, you are still covered by Minnesota workers’ comp laws. We understand that your livelihood is at stake, and we will fight for the benefits you need and deserve.
Call Us Today For A No-Obligation Consultation
Midwest Disability provides free initial consultations, and attorney’s fees for work comp claims are set by state law as a percentage of the money we recover for you. Find out how we can help by calling or toll-free at 888-387-4135. You can also reach out using our online form. You are under no obligation to hire us after talking with one of our lawyers.