After suffering a work injury, it is important for people to understand their legal rights. Under the workers’ compensation regime of both Minnesota and Wisconsin, there is a certain administrative process that must be undertaken to get compensation from employers when injuries occur during the course and scope of a worker’s employment.
Filing a workers’ compensation claim can involve the presentation of medical information and negotiations with workers’ compensation insurance carriers. A major issue in work injury cases is determining the precise extent of a worker’s physical injury. It is important to have evidence presented fairly, and to have an adequate assessment of an injured worker’s condition. An experienced work injury attorney can help injured parties get the compensation they deserve.
In some cases, claims outside of the workers’ compensation system are also possible. These cases include injuries that occurred outside of the scope of employment, that were caused by a third party, or that were caused intentionally. A major issue can often be whether workers’ compensation rules apply or not, and an experienced work injury attorney can help injured parties protect their rights.
At the O’Dea Law Firm, we are intimately familiar with both Minnesota and Wisconsin workers’ compensation laws. We can give you an honest and straightforward assessment of your case. Our goal will be to help you to get the compensation that you deserve as quickly as possible. If you would like more information or would like to discuss your case, please contact us today for a free consultation.
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Over 25 years Richard D. O’Dea of O’Dea Law Firm, LLC. has handled hundreds of personal injury cases in the Twin Cities, and throughout greater Minnesota and Wisconsin. Contact Rich O’Dea today to discuss your Minnesota or Wisconsin Personal Injury case at (651) 407-5155.