Minnesota Workers’ Comp Benefits Can Help You Rebuild Your Life Following A Workplace Injury

Seeking workers' comp benefits can be a complicated process, especially if you try to do it alone. Fortunately, the experienced and resourceful attorneys at Nicolet Law Office, S.C., are here to help you navigate Minnesota's often confusing workers' compensation system.

From start to finish, we will handle every aspect of your workers' comp case — making sure to do everything possible to help you obtain the benefits you deserve, including medical care and financial compensation. Contact us today and we will explain your legal rights and answer any questions you may have about workers' comp in Minnesota.

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Schedule a free consultation with one of our Minnesota workers' comp lawyers today by calling us toll free at 800-456-6956. You can also reach us online. We have several locations, including an office in St. Paul and another just outside of Duluth in Superior — meaning we help injured workers throughout the Twin Cities and Duluth areas.

What Benefits Are Available Through Workers' Comp In Minnesota?

At Nicolet Law Office, S.C., we handle a wide range of workers' comp claims, including those involving serious injuries such as traumatic brain injuries, limb loss/amputations, hearing/vision loss, burns and electrical injuries, spinal cord injuries, occupational diseases and repetitive use trauma, just to name a few. We routinely help people appeal denied benefits, and have a history of finding creative solutions to our clients' situations.

While benefits can vary depending on the situation, common workers' compensation benefits available under Minnesota law include:

  • Wage-loss benefits: You are entitled to wage-loss benefits to cover a portion of your lost income.
  • Medical benefits: Workers' comp will cover medical care for your work-related injury, so long as it is necessary and reasonable.
  • Vocational rehabilitation benefits: If you are unable to return to your old job or employer, you may be able to seek vocational rehabilitation benefits, which may include job counseling or possibly new job training.
  • Permanent damage/disability benefits: If your work-related injury leads to permanent damage or the loss of function of a body part, workers' comp will provide compensation.

A serious work-related injury can lead to many financial problems, particularly if you are unable to work. Our primary job is to help make sure you are prepared for both your immediate and long-term needs, including future medical treatment and lost wages. You cannot afford to trust your case to anyone else, so contact us today to speak with one of our attorneys, get answers to your questions, and get the help you need.