Your Local St. Paul Workers’ Compensation Experts
St. Paul, Minnesota, is the perfect blend of blue collar and cosmopolitan. No matter how much we evolve with the times, we never lose touch with our work ethic.
At Bosch Law Firm, we are proud to call St. Paul home; there is nowhere else we would rather practice. We have been helping injured workers navigate Minnesota’s workers’ compensation system for more than 25 years. We approach every case that we take on with one goal in mind: making things right for our clients. We will not be satisfied until you obtain the wage loss, medical benefits and other compensation you deserve.
Check Out Our Results
That’s enough talk. What really sets us apart is our ability to deliver results for our clients in work injury cases in St. Paul and throughout the Twin Cities metro area. Learn more about our most successful cases.
See What Our Clients Have To Say
Speaking of our clients, we think they offer a unique window into our practice. After all, they have been in your shoes and have emerged with the benefits and compensation necessary to preserve their quality of life after injuries. Read testimonials from our past clients.
How To Get Here
You have enough to deal with after your work injury. There is no need to also have to handle downtown traffic and congestion to get the representation you need to make things right for you and your family. Our St. Paul office is conveniently located just east of Snelling Avenue, just west of Lexington Avenue and just south of County Road E. We have ample onsite parking and are a short walk from a bus stop for Metro Transit Route 225.
Saint Paul, MN Workers Compensation Office
Bosch Law Firm
6 Pine Tree Drive, Suite 200
St. Paul, MN 55112
Nearby Food And Attractions
Easygoing restaurant & bar with tavern food such as burgers, pizza & sandwiches, plus Sunday brunch.
Chain for gourmet burgers & other American comfort fare.
Casual chain eatery with an American comfort-food menu plus craft beers brewed on-site.
American museum focused on topics in technology, natural history, physical science, and mathematics education.
Attractions include the zoo (free admission), the conservatory, an amusement park, a carousel, Lake Como, a golf course, a pool and more.
Multipurpose arena and home to the NHL’s Minnesota Wild.