If you suffered an on-the-job accident injury that requires medical treatment, you know how important that treatment is. It is vitally important that you get the medical care you need to recover from injuries as fully as possible.
In Minnesota, employees are entitled under the law to free medical care for job-related injuries. This is paid for by their employers' workers' compensation insurance carriers. To make sure you can access the free medical care you are entitled to under the law, talk your case over with experienced workers' compensation lawyer Gerald W. Bosch, founder of Bosch Law Firm, Ltd. He has served injured workers in St. Paul, Minneapolis, and throughout Minnesota for more than 20 years.
For a free initial consultation about your specific case, call 800-355-6503 or 651-243-2877.
What Medical Benefits Are You Entitled To Receive?
Minnesota workers' compensation law provides for "reasonable and necessary" medical treatment of employees who have suffered occupational injuries or illnesses. This is provided at absolutely no cost to the employee.
In most cases, you can select your own doctors. This may not be true if your Medicare is covered under a workers' compensation managed Medicare policy.
Medical workers' compensation benefits cover emergency room treatment, surgeries, hospitalization, medications, medical equipment, chiropractic care, rehabilitative treatment, nursing care and more.
In addition to medical benefits, you may be entitled to wage loss benefits for time spent away from work, or for the loss of future earning potential.
We Know The Challenges You Face — And Can Help You Respond
While you have the right to free medical care after an on-the-job injury, employers and insurance companies are motivated to limit what they cover. This results in unfair workers' compensation denials.
Was your employer or its insurer reluctant to recognize the severity of your job injury, to the degree that your workers' compensation medical benefits were delayed, denied or underpaid?
Bosch Law Firm, Ltd., conducts an in-depth investigation of the circumstances leading to your work accident, brings the facts of your case to skillful negotiations with employers, and if these discussions are not productive, will not hesitate to aggressively protect your rights in court.
Gerald W. Bosch has been to the homes and hospital rooms of his clients. He knows the challenges you face. Simply recovering from a workplace accident injury, in order to return to work, can be an ordeal in itself. You should not have to be concerned about how your employer and its insurer will view what you have been through. Mr. Bosch educates, advocates, negotiates and — if necessary — litigates in court to ensure that your rights are protected.
Experienced Attorney For Workers Seeking Medical Treatment For A Work Injury
Contact Bosch Law Firm, Ltd., by calling us at 800-355-6503 or 651-243-2877, or reaching us by email. Please tell us if you need to be visited at home or in a hospital room. We can accommodate you. Your initial consultation is free. We offer a contingency fee basis for our work that frees you from the obligation of an attorney fee unless we win your case and the benefits you deserve.