Posts Categorized Workers Compensation

Mankato Carpal Tunnel Injury Attorneys

What Is Carpal Tunnel? Is an example of a Repetitive Stress Injury.  Carpal tunnel syndrome is an excruciatingly painful and debilitating condition plaguing many individuals today. Wrist injuries make it both challenging and difficult to work and perform even the simplest tasks at times. These types of injuries can affect a person’s wrists, hands, and… Read more »

Mankato Workers’ Compensation Claims for Nurses & Hospital Staff

The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) reports that the state has nearly 495,300 workers in the health care and social assistance industries. We count on these people to take care of us, but rarely think about what might happen if they themselves were injured. However, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), health care workers… Read more »

An Overview of Southern Minnesota Manufacturing and Factory Workers Compensation

According to Enterprise Minnesota, more than 8,300 manufacturers are located in the Gopher State. Enterprise Minnesota CEO Bob Kill also remarked that “Manufacturers form the bedrock of many Minnesota communities. They offer high-wage, high-skill jobs that create economic opportunity and stability for the present and future.” Minnesota factories do provide economic stability; however, they are also… Read more »

Do You Get a Settlement From Workers’ Comp?

There are many who misunderstand the workers’ compensation system as something where you and the insurance company negotiate a settlement, but this actually might not be true. If you file for workers’ compensation, there is a possibility that you won’t receive any settlement, but that doesn’t mean you won’t be receiving anything. Settlements Mean Disputes… Read more »

Workers’ Compensation After A Construction Site Injury

Minnesotans are tenacious – they can drive through some of the most hazardous weather conditions without a second thought. But when it comes to injuries or illnesses in the workplace, even they are not immune. State law mandates that practically all employers have workers’ compensation or obtain approval for self-insurance to covers such work-related illnesses… Read more »