Claim Medical Benefits, Disability Benefits And Compensation To Cover Your Needs
In Minnesota, workers’ comp benefits are categorized into wage loss and monetary benefits, medical benefits and rehabilitation benefits. The type of benefits you pursue is determined by the type of injury you suffered and when or if you can reasonably expect to return to work.
For over 30 years, we have helped injured workers from all walks of life recover on their workers’ compensation claims. Their cases and injuries vary but they always have one thing in common: injuries have changed their lives. They are not looking for a windfall. They are just looking to overcome their injury.
Learn more about how we can help by calling our Sauk Rapids office to set up your free consultation at 800-707-8672. We also work with clients throughout St. Cloud.
We Assist Clients In Seeking Full Workers’ Compensation Benefits
We offer guidance in the claims process for a wide range of compensation issues, including those that involve:
- Wage loss when you cannot return to work due to temporary total disability
- Temporary partial disability (TPD)
- Disability benefits
- How payment for permanent injuries work and permanent partial disability (PPD)
- Death and dependency
- Future of work life, including job counseling, retraining and vocational rehabilitation
- Psychological care
- Chiropractic care
- Hospital treatment
Every injured worker faces different obstacles. Your lawyer should be available to address your unique needs and create a customized strategy for the pursuit of benefits. We will work directly with you to answer your questions, guide you through the process and help you recover the maximum amount possible.
Contact Lindberg McLaughlin, P.C.
At Lindberg McLaughlin, P.C., our goal is to ease your legal burdens and guide clients through the process toward a favorable and efficient resolution. With vast legal resources and an in-depth knowledge of Minnesota workers’ compensation, we provide a steady hand through the process and a clear path toward recovery.
Workers’ compensation cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay no fees until we effectively help you recover compensation. Call our office in Sauk Rapids at 800-707-8672 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation to learn more.