Work From Home and What It Means for Worker’s Compensation

Following the Corona Virus pandemic, many businesses have allowed employees to continue working from home. Workers’ compensation is  often thought of as a remedy for employees injured at work. Most commonly, the injury occurs on the employer’s premises. But what happens if you are working from home? An injury is compensable under Minnesota law if… Read more »

Most Common Types of Industries Where Accidents Happen

The most common industries where someone may experience an injury and need for workers’ compensation include construction, manufacturing, healthcare, transportation, and hospitality. These industries involve physically demanding work, which can result in injuries such as falls, strains, cuts, burns, and repetitive motion injuries. In construction, workers may experience falls from scaffolding or roofs, cuts from… Read more »

4 Reasons Your Workers’ Compensation Claim Could Be Denied

The most typical reasons for this are as follows employer’s compensation insurance would doubt the legitimacy of your workplace injury claim. Workers’ compensation insurers reject many valid claims, forcing honest and innocent workers to engage a lawyer and navigate the workers’ compensation system to receive their benefits. If any of the following events occur, your… Read more »

Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Near Me

If you’ve been hurt on the job, you have enough to worry about simply recovering from your illness or injuries. Arguing if your injuries are pre-existing or work related should only be done by a professional. In fact, your work-related injury can have a major impact on your life and the future of your employment. In… Read more »