Vocational Rehabilitation In Minnesota

If you are disabled for more than 60 days as a result of your injuries, you are entitled to assistance from a Qualified Rehabilitation Consultant ("QBC") of your own choice. You do not have to accept the QRC the insurance company assigns to your case. The QRC's role is to help you navigate the medical system, convey accurate information to the insurance company, and eventually assist you to return to work in a job that is physically and vocationally suitable. In some cases, if your injuries prevent you from returning to your normal occupation, you may qualify for retraining. Retraining is sometimes necessary to return you to an occupation with an income that approximates what you would have earned if you did not get hurt. Retraining involves payments to you of weekly benefits while you attend school, plus all associated costs such as tuition, books, and mileage.

Experienced workers' compensation lawyer Gerald W. Bosch of Bosch Law Firm, Ltd., can guide you effectively through the process of selecting a QRC, and obtaining the  additional vocational rehabilitation benefits you deserve. Contact him today for a free initial consultation. Call 800-355-6503 or 651-243-2877.

Are Your Injuries So Severe That You Need To Retrain For A Different Job?

Were you disabled as a result of your work-related vehicle accident or illness? Do your catastrophic injuries warrant consideration for training into another profession?

Gerald W. Bosch is a knowledgeable, dedicated workers' compensation lawyer with more than 20 years of experience in St. Paul, Minneapolis, and throughout the state of Minnesota. He can stand up for you at all stages of the work accident injury legal process. This includes helping you obtain the vocational rehabilitation services you are entitled to under Minnesota law.

Taking Action After An Accident To Get The Benefits You Need

As your lawyer, Gerald W. Bosch listens carefully as you report the details of your workplace accident and responds with thoughtful recommendations about the training you would need for another job. He thoroughly investigates your claim and negotiates with your employer's insurer to ensure that your interests are safeguarded.

Contact our St. Paul area workers' compensation law office today by calling 800-355-6503 or 651-243-2877. Or, if you prefer, send an email message. Home and hospital visits are available upon request. You owe no attorney fee unless we obtain the wage, medical and rehabilitation benefits you need.