It's not always easy to tell whether you have a workers' compensation case. If you are unsure, it is wise to talk with an experienced attorney about your options. At the Fellman Law Office, clients literally have nothing to lose and everything to gain because we charge no fee for discussing your potential case. Your employer will not be notified that you came to see us, and you'll leave our St. Paul law office with an answer to one of the most critical questions you may ever ask: Do I have a workers' compensation case?
Our attorney, Mark Fellman, uses more than 30 years of experience to represent Minnesota workers in work comp matters. Over the years, he has developed a thorough and complete intake process for new clients. When we talk with you about your case, we consider the facts.
We start by asking you questions. Were you diagnosed with a medical condition? Is your job physically demanding, involving heavy lifting or long hours on your feet? Was there an accident in the workplace? Are repetitive actions on the job affecting you? We listen to your answers and help you understand your options. Each case is different. Depending on the facts of your case, you may have many different options — some that you haven't even thought of yet.
Your Case — There Are Many Situations That Can Mean Compensation for You
Whether your injury happened on the job, because of the job or was made worse by your job responsibilities, you may have a workers' compensation claim. Many people have valid workers' compensation claims after exposure to chemicals or other materials that are commonly associated with occupational diseases.
You should talk with a St. Paul workers' compensation attorney if:
- Your doctor says that you have a work-related injury.
- Your job has made you sick or injured — even if that injury didn't happen on the job site. Many people are seriously injured by their jobs because of the unhealthy conditions that those jobs involve.
- You have an injury caused by repetitive work. It may be hard to say when the injury happened, but if doing the same thing over and over on the job is causing you pain, you may have a workers' compensation case.
- You were exposed to chemicals on the job site.
- Your workers' compensation insurance company has denied you perscribed medical treatment.
- Your workers' compensation claim has been denied.
- Payment on your workers' compensation claim has been stopped too soon.
- You have not been receiving the full amount of workers' compensation benefits you believe you deserve.
- You were denied workers' compensation benefits after the loss of a loved one.
Contact St. Paul Workers' Compensation Attorney Mark Fellman
To talk with workers' compensation lawyer Mark Fellman, call the Fellman Law Offices in St. Paul at 651-222-9515 to schedule a free consultation. You may also complete our online contact form.