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Permanent Injuries And Permanent Partial Disability Can Go Beyond Initial Costs

When will I feel better? How long will I be away from work? The first concern an injured worker has is about his or her recovery. Unfortunately, some on-the-job accidents lead to permanent physical impairments through loss of limbs, nerve damage or something else.

In these cases, workers’ compensation benefits must go beyond the initial cost of recovery and temporary wage loss. At Lindberg McLaughlin, P.C., we can help you pursue disability benefits through your employer’s insurance policy or through the Minnesota Special Compensation Fund to address your long-term care needs. We have been dedicated to serving workers’ compensation clients for more than 30 years.

Learn more about filing a workers’ comp claim and the level of benefits you deserve by calling 800-707-8672 to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer at our Sauk Rapids office. We are here to help.

Do Your Benefits Reflect All Financial Consequences Of Your Disability?

No amount of money can make things right when you have suffered an injury at work. Unfortunately, workers’ compensation settlements by nature involve placing a specific dollar amount on the type of injury sustained.

Permanent partial and permanent total disability benefits in Minnesota are calculated based on a specific schedule of injuries and their values. The compensation package one receives is correlated to the wage loss involved and the body part that has been permanently damaged.

Calculating disability compensation in this manner is highly impersonal and does not always reflect the full scope of consequences an injured worker faces. Furthermore, simply getting a timely response in claim filing is an uphill battle — one you should not have to worry about when you are under financial and medical stress, trying to recover your life as much as possible. We are here to advocate for your needs and provide guidance through the workers’ comp settlement process.

Contact Our Firm

We are located in central Minnesota and frequently work with clients in St. Cloud, as well as statewide. When you call our office in Sauk Rapids at 800-707-8672, you will be able to work directly with our attorneys and experienced staff of legal professionals. You can also email our firm. We are ready to pursue maximum compensation on your behalf.