Workers' Compensation Attorney In St. Paul

A serious work accident injury can place tremendous financial and emotional burdens on you and your family. In St. Paul and throughout the state, attorney Mark Fellman at the Fellman Law Office uses his wealth of experience in the practice of Minnesota workers' compensation law to bring you results.

As your lawyer, Mark Fellman listens carefully to your description of your workplace accident. He researches your claim and brings facts from his investigation to discussions with insurers of your employer regarding the severity of your injury, or the death of a loved one in an accident on the job. He works closely with our firm's staff to ensure all of your questions are answered and concerns are addressed. Having tried hundreds of cases in more than 30 years of practice, we are fully prepared to litigate your claims in court to protect your rights.

Act now to ensure your interests are safeguarded by contacting us for a free initial consultation.

Experienced Representation For Injured Workers In Minnesota

Mark Fellman guides you through the workers' compensation legal process and works hard to win the benefits you deserve in all areas, including these important practice areas:

  • Skilled assistance for job accident victims with catastrophic injuries to the brain and spinal cord, neck and back, arm and shoulder, and ankle and hip; injuries related to repetitive stress, and slip-and-fall; as well as knee injuries, lifting injuries and psychological injuries
  • Injuries sustained on construction sites and in company vehicles
  • Occupational diseases contracted on the job, including asthma, cancer, lung disease, diseases from chemical exposures, and asbestos-related diseases such as mesothelioma
  • Vocational rehabilitation, when a disabling injury requires a change of job or profession
  • Workers' compensation for immigrants
  • Thoughtful recommendations upon your return to work

To add to your peace of mind as you struggle to recover from your job injury, the contingency fee basis for our hard work on your behalf means that you owe no attorney fee unless we obtain the workers' compensation benefits you are entitled to.

Contact Us To Learn More About Your Workers' Comp Options

Don't settle for enduring the wage losses, medical bills and physical disability of a work injury. Call us at the Fellman Law Office today — locally in St. Paul and throughout the Twin Cities at 651-222-9515. We welcome your email message. We can visit you at your home or hospital room if you cannot travel.