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Protecting The Rights Of Injured Workers Throughout Minnesota

Job-related injuries come in many forms and varying degrees of severity, but one common fact unites them: In most cases, suffering an on-the-job or job-related injury can entitle you to workers’ compensation benefits.

At Bosch Law Firm, lawyer Gerald Bosch draws on his more than 25 years of experience in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area to help injured workers obtain the full benefits they need to facilitate their recovery and be able to pay their bills. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 651-243-2877.

What Type Of Injury Do You Have?

According to the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI), the most common work-related injury-causing events are:

  • Falls on same level
  • Overexertion in lifting (straining)
  • Being struck by an object
  • Falls to lower levels
  • Overexertion in pushing or pulling
  • Slips and trips
  • Exposure to harmful substances
  • Assault by another person
  • Transportation accidents
  • Repetitive motion
  • Being caught in an object, equipment or material

We routinely help people suffering from these injuries and other injuries obtain the workers’ compensation benefits they deserve. We’ve helped those with claims ranging from brain injuries to psychological injuries to chronic pain. Our office can handle a wide variety of injury claims.

Does Workers’ Compensation Only Cover Injuries?

No, workers’ compensation also covers injuries and illnesses that are a result of work, but not from an accident. Common examples of this include carpal tunnel syndrome, back issues and repetitive stress injuries.

Can I Lose My Job For Reporting My Injury?

No, federal law prohibits employers from firing employees for reporting injuries or violations. If your employer does fire you for reporting your injury or collecting compensation, you may be able to file a claim against your former employer for violating your employee rights.

We Represent Workers In All Fields

We focus solely on helping injured workers and have a proven record of success in these cases. We handle injuries that have taken place in all types of work environments. Workers we represent include:

Contact A Lawyer Serving All Of Minnesota

For a free consultation with an accomplished workers’ compensation attorney, call us at 651-243-2877 or contact us via our online form.