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Workers We Represent: Minnesota Lawyers For Injured Workers

There are no limits to the types of workplaces where accidents can occur, injuries can be suffered, and occupational diseases can be contracted. While it is true that certain lines of work come with more risks than others, even the safest workplace is not immune from unpredictable accidents. The bottom line is that, if an injury was suffered in the workplace, the injured worker is eligible for workers’ compensation. At Midwest Disability Work Comp, P.A., the list of Minnesota workers who our Minneapolis-area work injury lawyers represent includes:

‘Can I Sue My Employer For a Workplace Injury?’ – Ask An Attorney.

The answer to the question, “Can I sue my employer?” is usually no after a workplace injury. However, you should consult with a lawyer about workers’ compensation and other solutions. Our attorneys bring years of combined experience to these cases. We have the knowledge and skill to handle the unique issues that arise for union employees who need to file workers’ compensation claims.

Our lawyers help injured Minnesota workers as well as laid-off employees who were injured while working. By filing and appealing workers’ compensation claims, tapping into long-term disability insurance and/or suing your employer, our goal is for you to get the benefits and compensation you are entitled to after a work-related injury.

Help For Long-Term Disability Policyholders

Do you have a long-term disability policy that you purchased through your employer or privately? Regardless of where you work, if you are unable to do your job for a substantial period of time because of a medical condition, you may be eligible for benefits. Our lawyers will help you make certain you get all the benefits you are entitled to.

No matter where you work and what workplace injuries you have suffered, we can help. To schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced lawyers, contact us online or call our offices directly at 888-365-1477.

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