Contact an Attorney with over 30 Years of Minnesota Workers' Compensation Experience
Representing Workers for Minnesota Workers' Compensation Claims
Employers are required to carry workers' compensation insurance to protect their employees in the event of an injury. However, obtaining all of the benefits to which you may be entitled is not always easy. At Fellman Law Office, I, Mark Fellman, have experience helping clients who have suffered a workplace injury such as:
- Head injury or brain trauma
- Back injury, back strain, or herniated disc
- Neck injury, neck strain, or herniated disc
- Shoulder or elbow injuries
- "Tennis Elbow"
- Repetitive stress injury, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
- Knee injury, broken hip, broken ankle
- Injury to the hand or wrist
- Foot injuries
- Bone fractures/broken bones
- Eye injury
- Chemical exposure
- Burns and chemical burns
- Occupational diseases including asthma, silicosis, asbestosis, and cancer
- Stress-related injury, such as a heart attack
- Illnesses made worse by work or workplace hazards
- Paralysis, paraplegia, quadriplegia, or other catastrophic injuries
- "Wrongful death" as a result of workplace injury
If you have been injured at work, contact Fellman Law Office to discuss your workers' compensation claim. I can help you fight for the benefits you are legally entitled to receive. I am an attorney with more than 30 years of experience helping injured clients file for the workers' compensation benefits and to appeal denied or inadequate compensation awards in order to pay for medical bills and make up for lost wages.
Were You Injured while Working Somewhere Other than Your Workplace Premises?
If you have suffered an on-the-job injury while visiting or working on property besides that of your employer, you may be entitled to compensation from the landowner in addition to your workers' compensation benefits. If a property owner, manager, or tenant breached their duty to maintain their property in a safe and usable condition, you may be able to recover against the owner for failing to make their property safe for visitors or workers.
Commercial truck drivers, salespeople, insurance claims adjusters, and others driving for job-related purposes qualify for workers' compensation if they are injured in an accident while driving. This may be true even if you were at fault in the accident. If you were hurt in an accident while driving on the job, it is essential to immediately notify the appropriate person at your work of a possible workers' compensation claim, and you should contact me to discuss your possible claim for benefits.
Contact an Attorney with More than 30 Years of Workers' Compensation Experience
If you have suffered a workplace injury, contact Fellman Law Office, to talk to me, a lawyer experienced in workers' compensation.