When you are injured on the job, bills still need to be paid and medical care might be required. Minnesota workers’ compensation can help. Minnesota work comp benefits help cover personal and medical expenses while you recover. For instance, an injured worker may be entitled to receive wage replacement benefits, medical benefits, and, in some cases, vocational rehabilitation benefits to help train in a new position or field.
If you have been injured on the job, a Minnesota work comp claim has to be filed as soon as possible. The process starts with providing a Notice of Injury. Our Minnesota workers compensation lawyers can help file the Notice of Injury and monitor your case from the beginning FOR FREE. You do not have to pay our Minnesota work comp lawyers to monitor your case. This enables our Minnesota work comp attorneys to immediately act on your behalf if work comp benefits are denied or terminated. Whether you need help filing your claim or you have to appeal a denial, our St. Paul work comp attorneys are here to help you every step of the way.
When you are injured on the job, the first thing you need to do is tell your employer that you are injured. You then need to inform your doctor so that the injury is documented. Medical records are a very important part of your Minnesota work comp claim. Our. St. Paul work comp attorneys will work closely with your doctor to begin creating a strong case in support of your injury. The more thorough the claim, the better the chances are that the claim will be approved as soon as possible. If an employer continues to deny you Minnesota work comp benefits, our St. Paul workers’ compensation lawyers will take the employer and its insurance company to court.
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