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How long will it take you to recover from your back injury?

If you have been injured on the job while working in Minnesota, you may have to take time off in order to recover. This is especially true for back injuries, which can affect all other areas of your body, severely impeding your movements and ability to perform manual tasks. But just how much work can you expect to miss?

Building a better Minnesota for workers

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.

What are common myths about workplace injuries?

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.

What Minnesota miners should know about mesothelioma

A 2014 study by the University of Minnesota School of Public Health found that Minnesota taconite miners are at increased risk for developing mesothelioma, a malignant cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. As FindLaw explains, mesothelioma is an incurable cancer caused by microscopic asbestos fibers building up in the linings of a worker’s lungs, heart and/or abdomen after he or she breathes them in.

Treating scars from workplace injuries

Minnesota workers like you who have suffered through traumatic and painful accidents at the workplace may be left with unfortunate reminders. Scars can last a long time, and some may not heal properly at all. Fortunately, there are options available to you if you're looking to reduce the appearance of any scars that may linger.

Man dies while working on equipment

Residents in Minnesota who must perform work on or around heavy machinery should always be able to trust that their employer has good safety standards in place. This includes a variety of things like providing proper training to all employees as well as making sure safety procedures are followed appropriately. These things might seem basic but without them, employees may be put in harm's way unnecessarily.

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