If you were seriously injured at work in a job accident, or a loved one was killed in the workplace, the Minnesota workers' compensation lawyer who fights hard for the benefits you need to get back on your feet is Mark Fellman of the Fellman Law Office in St. Paul.
During more than 30 years of successful service to injured workers from all walks of life, Fellman Law Office has built a reputation for positive results in worker injury claims. We choose our cases selectively and do not rush through them. Start to finish, you receive hard work and dedication from Mark Fellman and a skilled support staff that takes the time to know you — and your specific, unique legal needs.
We promise to devote our time and attention to obtaining the best possible results for you. When a work injury puts your health, finances and future in doubt, contact us. Your initial consultation is free.
Fellman Law Office In St. Paul — Workers' Compensation Law Attorney With More Than 30 Years Of Experience
Mark Fellman works hard to assist workplace accident victims who have suffered catastrophic injury to the brain and spinal cord that result in permanent disability, who have sustained serious injuries at construction sites, and while driving or riding in company vehicles.
Fellman Law Office also represents workers struggling with occupational diseases such as asthma, cancer, chemical exposures and asbestos-related illnesses.
Throughout the workers' compensation legal process, Mark Fellman provides prompt, honest answers to any question that might arise. He educates you on the claim petition process, and the types of wage and medical benefits available to you. He personally attends to all deadlines and important dates along the way.
These quality legal services come to you on a contingency fee basis. We receive no attorney fee unless you recover the benefits you need.
To get the facts you need for sound decisions, and to arrange your free initial consultation, call the Fellman Law Office locally in St. Paul at 651-222-9515 or 866-532-5051 toll free. You can also email us. A home or hospital room visit can be arranged if you are too injured to travel.