Dislocated Workers | St. Paul Workers Compensation
Factory Work Accident Lawyer St. Paul, MN
If you have been involved in a factory work accident, the attorneys at Krug & Zupke in St. Paul, MN can help. Factory accidents can be devastating and even result in death. They can come with expensive medical bills and lengthy rehabilitation. It can result in lost wages or even prevent you from returning to your job. The team at Krug & Zupke has more than 30 years of experience handling cases just like yours.
Once your injury has been reported, your employer will schedule an Independent Medical Examination (IME) for insurance purposes. This may not be in your best interest as they want to get the information and file the claim. They may not speak to witnesses or take into account the ongoing care you may require. Our team utilizes medical and financial experts to fully understand your accident and the amount of time and money you require to fully recover.
We care about our clients and will aggressively fight on your behalf. We want to make sure you receive the best possible outcome. If your case goes to trial, we will keep you informed every step of the way. Having an experienced legal professional on your side will ensure that your case is taken seriously and you are treated with the utmost respect.
Please contact us at 651-645-7746 for a free consultation.
Dislocated workers often have rights under the Minnesota Workers Compensation law to help them return to work with a new employer. Many dislocated workers were longtime employees of large, stable companies. If you are an auto worker, a nurse, a teacher, a trade or union member, food, beverage, janitorial worker who has lost his/her job leaving you with physical limitations, contact us. Companies downsize or discontinue operations altogether leaving workers and their families without income.
If you have lost your job while under workability restrictions issued by a doctor due to a work related injury, you may have Workers Comp claims under Minnesota Law.
First, depending upon how long ago the injury occurred, you may have claims for wage loss, whether Temporary Total or Temporary Partial Disability benefits. Second, you may also have Workers Compensation claims for vocational rehabilitation, whether retraining, skill enhancement and/or job placement assistance provided by a Qualified Rehabilitation Consultant to help you return to suitable employment.
If you have lost your job and have work-related injury restriction, contact Krug & Zupke at 651-645-7746 for a free initial consultation for a case review to understand your rights and remedies under the Minnesota Workers Compensation Law.