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Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Our team of workers compensation lawyers is ready to fight for you today. If you have been injured in Minnesota, you have rights. The experienced team at 612 Injured has a team of lawyers who are reliable, relatable, and ready to help you out.

If you were injured on the job in Minnesota, you have the legal right to workers’ compensation benefits. These benefits could include wage loss, medical treatment, job search assistance, and more.

An injury is a serious matter. After you have been hurt, you need to act very quickly. If you take too long to pursue your claim, you may lose your opportunity to recover money and choose your doctor. Don’t wait. Act now.

Your spouse may have been injured at the job. If you would like to talk to us for him or her, give us a call today.

What is Workers’ Compensation?

Fundamentally, workers’ compensation is benefits that you deserve if you have been hurt on the job.

Workers’ compensation laws protect employees injured on the job. Your employer has an obligation to provide safe working conditions. It might not matter who is at fault, what job you were doing, or what company you work for. If you have been hurt at work, you may be entitled to compensation.

These laws were put in place to protect everyday people like you from harsh working conditions. If you can’t work due to an injury, workers’ compensation is meant to fill in some of the gaps. You still have obligations like bills, rent, and feeding your family. Workers’ compensation aids you in recovering, and helps you pay what you need to pay.

According to the law, all places of employment must carry some form of insurance. This means that if you are successful in your claim, someone will be paying. You don’t have to worry about your employer not having the money that you need.

What Injuries Qualify for Workers Compensation?

Any injury, illness, or condition that occurs at work or because of what you do at work qualifies. This also covers injuries that gradually develop over time.

If you have a broken bone due to a fall or something heavy hitting you, you may be covered by workers’ compensation laws. In addition, if you are responsible for engaging in a repetitive task, such as cutting meat or typing, this may cause strain. You may be able to receive money if you have a condition.

You need to keep the following in mind: even if you did not receive the first injury at work, you may still be owed money. An injury that gets worse at work may qualify you for workers’ compensation. For example, if you have a bum knee that is aggravated due to walking and lifting, you might be eligible.

Toxins, pollutants, and asbestos can cause unseen harm. Unsafe working conditions can cause chronic harm that lasts for decades. Lung, heart, and other internal injuries are covered by workers’ compensation laws.

The state of Minnesota protects its citizens’ mental health. Our laws provide compensation when:

  • Mental stress causes a physical injury
  • Physical trauma causes a mental injury
  • Mental stress causes a mental injury

Certain emotional issues, such as PTSD, can make you eligible to receive benefits under the law. You should keep in mind that mental stress causing a physical injury may be a little bit more difficult to prove. The same is true with mental stress causing a mental injury.

For example, if a cop or firefighter pulls someone out of a burning building, that might scar them mentally. In certain circumstances, they will be able to receive workers’ compensation. Other situations are not as likely to make people qualified to receive workman’s comp for mental injuries.

Reaching out to a lawyer will help you understand if your injury makes you eligible.

The 612 Injured Difference

Being injured is serious. After you have sustained an injury, the world can seem like a scary place. Your boss may be pressuring you or threatening to retaliate. The aching pain makes it hard to operate how you usually do. You do not always know which way to turn, or how to get help.

That is where we step in. 612 Injured has a team of workers compensation attorneys who are second to none. We are with you at every point. Your case is personal to us. We give you big-firm resources that can give you small-firm attention.

When it comes to workers compensation, you will not find a law firm that is as dedicated, reliable, and devoted as we are. Other law firms will treat you like a number. With us, you are not Case #7489. You are you, with your own wants, desires, and needs.

Call us today. The earlier you get started, the easier it will be.

Benefits in Workers’ Compensation Cases

We will do what we can to make sure that you are not going through this fight alone. The team at 612 Injured can help you get what you need. Check out our workers’ compensation calculator if you want an estimate.

Medical Care

Your employer needs to cover the cost of your medical care, after you have been hurt at work. This includes travel expenses. Sometimes, insurance companies will say that you do not need certain treatments, but you should keep in mind that they are required to pay the total cost of your medical care. If your insurance company is not paying as much as they should, an attorney can help you out.

Wage Loss

While you are injured, you cannot work. Workers’ compensation gives you the help that you deserve. The exact amount you are paid depends on your job, and the degree of your injury. Some injuries are permanent, while others are temporary. Partial injuries are different from when someone is completely taken out of commission. These all have their own levels of compensation.

Vocational Rehabilitation

This is legal speak for retraining. Some injuries make it impossible for an employee to return to their job or their employer. There are other cases where the employee can return to their previous place of work, but require certain accommodations once they return. In some situations, the spouse needs to be able to support themselves. They may qualify for retraining.

Death Benefits

When someone succumbs to their injuries or their disease, the family could be compensated for burial costs, and receive other forms of compensation.

Timeline for Workers Compensation

If you have been injured at work, you need to move quickly. As soon as you are injured, you are going to want to report that to your employer. This will provide the documentation that you need. You have 14 days to give your employer written notice of the injury.

Reach out to us. We will help guide you through the rest. Our top-notch team has already won cases for hundreds of Minnesotans.

The statute of limitations for workers’ compensation cases is 3 years. This means that you need to file a claim no more than 3 years after you have been injured. If you try to file after that, the court will not accept your case.



Our attorneys work on a contingent basis. This means that we will not charge you a fee unless we win either at trial or through settlement.

The percentage we charge will depend on the difficulty of your case, and the amount of time and money we estimate it will take to get you the most recovery for your damages.




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Our attorneys and staff will make sure that your concerns are addressed as soon as possible.  We know that legal issues can be stressful and anxiety producing.  We will do our best to work on your behalf towards a solution.

Obtaining results

We aren’t here just to bill hours or cause unneeded disputes.  We are here to serve you to get results. At all times we use our expertise and creativity to get the absolute best resolution to your legal issues.

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If you want to speak to your lawyer face-to-face, we have several Twin Cities office locations convenient for you.

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Whether by phone, email, text, fax or mail, our team will be available to answer your questions ASAP.



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