If you make your living working in a Minnesota restaurant or food service environment, you may know all too well how common aches, pains and other injuries are for those in your line of work. Many of the injuries common among restaurant and food service workers are the same industrywide, meaning you face similar dangers, regardless of whether you work in a drive-thru window or a fine dining restaurant.
The Minnesota economy was once based largely on agriculture, mining and the fur trade. These are, of course, dangerous professions, and their dwindling popularity means safer workers. However, the shift towards a service-focused workforce is not the only factor contributing to making the state a better place to be on the job.
As an employee in Minnesota, you may sometimes forget that any job you do comes with a certain amount of risk. When it comes to sudden and unfortunate incidents in the workplace, Lindberg Law, P.C., can help dispell factual inaccuracies and guide you through these difficult times.