Personal Injury

Being injured in an accident can make life difficult but we are here to help you on your road to recovery

Have you been seriously hurt due to the fault of someone else? Were you injured in a car accident, were you bitten by someone’s pet, or did you fall because someone else did something careless? If you answered yes to any of these questions, we can help you.

Call us at 507-779-7529 or email us at info@katolaw.com to talk to an attorney and schedule a FREE Consultation

Together, Ruth Harvey, and Chris Carpenter have decades of experience helping clients with Personal Injury claims. It does not cost you anything to find out whether you have a good case, and we never charge a fee unless we recover money for you. Understand and know your rights.

Mankato Personal Injury Lawyers

Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle

  • Car Accident
  • Slip and Fall
  • Wrongful Death

Have you been seriously hurt due to the fault of someone else? Were you injured in a car accident, were you bitten by someone’s pet, or did you fall because someone else did something careless? If you answered yes to any of these questions, we can help you.

Questions & Answers

Q: I was injured in a car accident. My insurance is paying for my medical care. I normally work construction and was not working at the time of my accident and I was on unemployment. My unemployment has run out. I normally start working again at this time of year, but can’t due to my injuries. Am I entitled to wage loss benefits?

A: Yes, your auto insurance should pay wage loss benefits. If at the time of the accident you were unemployed but eligible for unemployment benefits, then you are entitled to wage loss benefits in an amount equal to the unemployment benefits. However, in most cases, the maximum benefit is $250 per week.

Q: I was injured in a car accident. My insurance is paying for my medical care. I normally work construction and was not working at the time of my accident and I was on unemployment. My unemployment has run out. I normally start working again at this time of year, but can’t due to my injuries. Am I entitled to wage loss benefits?

A: Yes, your auto insurance should pay wage loss benefits. If at the time of the accident you were unemployed but eligible for unemployment benefits, then you are entitled to wage loss benefits in an amount equal to the unemployment benefits. However, in most cases, the maximum benefit is $250 per week. Contact our office to schedule a free consultation.