Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Medical Benefits Lawyer
Workers’ Comp Should Cover All Of Your Medical Expenses
The biggest financial impact of an injury suffered on the job is often the medical expenses. At Midwest Disability Work Comp, P.A., our workers’ compensation attorneys in Minneapolis understand that just thinking about these costs can be extremely stressful. We want you to focus on healing. We will deal with getting you the workers’ compensation benefits you need to cover all of your medical expenses. Workers’ compensation benefits cover all medical treatment. They cover all hospital visits and doctor appointments. They cover surgeries. They cover prescription costs. They cover the costs of items like crutches and wheelchairs. They literally are designed to cover all medical costs associated with your work injury. With years of experience on our side, we can make certain they do.
Coverage Of Unseen Medical Costs
If you have been injured in a workplace accident, you know that the medical bills themselves are not the only cost you have to deal with. You have to drive to doctor appointments. You have to drive to the physical therapist. You have to drive to pick up prescriptions. Gas is expensive, and the cost of driving back and forth on your medical-related errands can add up. Thankfully, your workers’ compensation medical benefits can include mileage reimbursement.
What Doctor Do You See?
Many people worry that they will be forced to see a doctor who is more concerned with the needs of their employer or the Minnesota workers’ compensation insurance company. This is not the case. If you have an established relationship with a doctor, you will be able to see your doctor. We want to make certain you are getting proper medical care.
Contact Midwest Disability Work Comp, P.A., Today
Our workers’ comp attorneys serve Minneapolis, Anoka, Andover, Circle Pines and other communities throughout Minnesota. We work on contingency fees, so you do not have to worry about legal fees. With contingency fees, clients only provide us with a small percentage of what they obtain from their case. If you do not obtain compensation, you do not owe us anything.