Medical professionals have given a great deal of attention to traumatic brain injuries in recent years, and it has become clearer that head injuries, even those that appear to be minor, can lead to significant side effects that persist long after the initial injury.
If you have suffered a brain injury on the job, you need skillful legal assistance to ensure that you receive the full compensation to which you are entitled. Head injuries often require long-term, costly medical treatment. At Bosch Law Firm, Ltd., in St. Paul, our attorney uses his expert knowledge of workers' compensation law to help clients pursue the maximum possible compensation for their hospital bills and lost wages.
Experienced Help For Injured Workers
All head injuries are serious and require professional medical attention. If you have suffered a concussion, skull fracture, contusion or any other type of traumatic brain injury, seek emergency medical assistance and then contact our law firm. We will guide you through every step of the workers' compensation claims process.
Our attorney, Gerald W. Bosch, is a highly skilled litigator with more than 20 years of experience in Minnesota workers' compensation law. He has been named AV Preeminent* by Martindale-Hubbell's peer review system, the highest possible ranking.
Contact The Minnesota Workers' Compensation Experts
Insurance companies will do everything they can to reduce the amount of compensation they must pay, especially when dealing with long-term side effects such as concentration problems, memory loss, difficulty speaking, depression and loss of coordination.
Let Gerald W. Bosch help you defend your rights and pursue the compensation you deserve. To schedule a free consultation, please call 651-243-2877 or contact the firm online. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
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