Helping Workers Recover Compensation From Company Vehicle Accidents

Did your company car, truck, van, shuttle or delivery vehicle accident cause you to suffer a catastrophic injury to your brain or spinal cord? Did your job accident happen while you were driving a personal vehicle in the service of your company? Did a work vehicle accident cause fatal injury to a loved one — and result in a case of wrongful death?

A worker's accident injury while using a company vehicle, or in a personal car that is being used while working, can qualify a sidelined employee for workers' compensation wage and medical benefits, just as injured workers are eligible for help after an accident at a construction site or manufacturing plant, in an office or a factory.

St. Paul workplace accident attorney Mark Fellman at the Fellman Law Office uses his more than 30 years of experience with worker injury claims to protect your rights — especially the right to obtain assistance with lost wages and medical expenses after a serious accident.

If your employer has failed to recognize the extent of your injury and your uphill battle to return to work, contact us for a free consultation.

Trusted Representation In Workplace Accident Cases

You can depend on the Fellman Law Office to safeguard your interests throughout the Minnesota workers' compensation legal process, from your free initial consultation to the outcome of the accident investigation, skillful negotiation and aggressive litigation that we can conduct for you.

To provide you with peace of mind at this difficult time, these quality legal services come to you on a contingency fee basis. You owe no attorney fee unless the Fellman Law Office recovers the benefits you deserve.

Were You Seriously Injured On The Job In A Company Vehicle Accident?

As your lawyer, Mark Fellman can visit you at your home or hospital room if your work injury has prevented you from traveling. Call the Fellman Law Office at 651-222-9515. You can also reach us by email message. We provide representation to workers from throughout the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.