Answers to Minnesota Workers’ Comp Questions

Maximize Your Benefits after a Job Injury

You were hurt at work. It forced you to take time off. You’re worried because you’ve got medical expenses to pay, and you need income simply to survive.

Workers’ compensation benefits can provide medical care and compensation for lost wages, allowing you to maintain the life you’ve built while you recover from your injuries.

If you’ve never dealt with the complicated Minnesota workers’ comp system, however, it can be overwhelming. You have questions.

The attorneys at Schneider, Schneider & Schneider can help. We’re one of few law firms helping people with workers’ comp in the Northwest Minnesota area. And as a resource for you, we’ve gathered answers to common workers’ comp questions below.

If you need to talk about what you should be getting after your workplace injury, let us know. For us, it’s about results for you.

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Common Minnesota Workers’ Comp Questions

What should I do when I get injured on the job in Minnesota?

Is my employer required to have workers’ compensation insurance?

What types of injuries are covered by workers’ compensation insurance?

What medical treatment is covered by workers’ compensation benefits?

Do I need a lawyer to apply for workers’ compensation benefits?

Are construction accidents covered by workers’ compensation insurance in Minnesota?

Can I get workers’ comp for machinery accidents?

Should I accept restricted work when applying for workers’ comp benefits in Minnesota?

Intended for informational purposes only. This piece is not intended as legal advice and should not be construed as such. Please contact an attorney for questions regarding Minnesota workers’ compensation laws.