Workers’ Compensation Overview

If your workers' comp claim, filed after a serious workplace accident that injured you, has been denied — or your wage and medical benefits have been slow in coming — Bosch Law Firm, Ltd., can help.

For more than 20 years of successful workers' compensation practice, attorney Gerald W. Bosch has focused solely on serving the legal needs of injured workers in the Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis, and throughout Minnesota. He is committed to ensuring that our clients are paid all of the benefits they are entitled to as a result of their injuries on the job.

Bosch Law Firm, Ltd., has handled cases involving virtually every kind of work-related and third-party accident, and every body part that can be injured. We have fought for our clients' rights to receive medical benefits to treat those injuries, including selecting excellent doctors, and obtaining approval for examinations, physical therapy, injections, surgery and pain clinics. We can also advocate for your vocational rehabilitation if you can no longer perform your previous duties and require transition to another profession.

Mr. Bosch is highly knowledgeable in all aspects of workers' compensation, including complex matters involving catastrophic injuries, death and dependency benefits, and workers' compensation for immigrants.

Your initial consultation with our client-focused, compassionate attorney is free. Contact us. We can come to your home or hospital room to speak with you if you are unable to travel.

Experienced Workers' Compensation Lawyer In St. Paul, Minnesota

Our firm handles every aspect of your workers' compensation benefits claim after a job accident that causes:

Many times, these and other workers' compensation-eligible injuries are caused by work-related:

For prompt, honest answers to your questions and access to our attorney's expertise throughout the legal process, contact Bosch Law Firm, Ltd., right now at 800-355-6503, toll free. We give full attention to your email message. Our contingency fee policy means that you owe no attorney fee unless you receive the wage and medical benefits you deserve.