Most of us in Minnesota are hardworking, honest people who give our best effort to our jobs. When accidents occur at work, we expect our employers and their insurance carriers to give the same effort to make sure the costs of our injuries are fully covered. Far too often, however, work-related injury claims are denied or are grossly inadequate to fully cover the costs and losses associated with the injuries.
At Erickson Bell Beckman & Quinn PA, we can help you. Our St. Paul work injury attorneys have been proudly representing union members since 1962. We will walk you through the entire workers’ compensation process to help you maximize the benefits you may be entitled to.
Options for Compensation
There are two main options for obtaining adequate compensation for work-related injuries:
- Workers’ compensation: Employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance to cover their employees in the event of injuries that occur at work. However, the process is complicated and filled with unforeseen roadblocks. We can help protect your interests throughout the process.
- Third-party liability claims: If another party other than a co-worker or your employer was partly responsible for your injuries, we can bring a personal injury claim against that party to help increase your total recovery.
Whatever path we take with our clients, we focus on personally tailored representation for each client’s unique situation. No two workplace accident cases are the same, so we take the time to learn about each client’s injury and provide the best solution in each individual case.
Minneapolis On-the-Job Injury Attorney | No Recovery, No Fee
We take our cases on contingency, so you will not be asked to pay attorney fees until we are successful in your case. We also offer free initial consultations, so if you are at all unsure about your case, you talk to a lawyer from our firm and learn more about the options available to you. Call 651-223-4999, or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer from our firm.