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There are many factors that an injured worker must consider when hiring a Minnesota workers compensation attorney. 

Unlike many other areas of the law, workers’ compensation law is highly technical in nature and only an experienced Minnesota workers compensation attorney should be hired to assist you in obtaining the benefits you are entitled to under Minnesota law.

The benefits of hiring an experienced Minnesota workers compensation attorney are numerous and include:

  • Faster compensation
  • Financial security
  • Less stress for you and your family
  • More Compensation

Hiring the right Minnesota workers compensation attorney at the beginning of your case can be the most important decision for an injured worker. 

The beginning is when many of the time deadlines become applicable, and when many of your rights under the law vest.

There are no attorney fees unless a dispute exists. 

An injured worker in Minnesota is entitled to specific benefits under the law. 

Unless one of those benefits is denied, a Minnesota workers compensation attorney procures a settlement in your case, or a dispute exists, there are no attorney fees. 

Some Minnesota workers’ compensation attorneys will not monitor cases to ensure everything runs smoothly and will wait until benefits are denied to represent injured workers. 

This is a mistake. 

Our Minnesota workers compensation attorneys will monitor your case for free which enables us to step in quickly to obtain your benefits.

Call today to schedule a free consultation with a Minnesota workers compensation attorney at our firm.

Author Photo Joshua R. Stokka

Josh has been representing injured workers for over 10 years. Josh was born and raised in Fargo, North Dakota, and attended the University of Minnesota-Duluth where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminology. Mr. Stokka alson received his law degree from the Hamline University School of Law. During law school, Josh clerked at a Minnesota law firm specializing in personal injury and workers’ compensation. Prior to practicing in the area of workers’ compensation, Josh clerked for a judge in the 7th Judicial District in Minnesota. This valuable experience gave him insight into how judges think, do their jobs behind the scene, and how to frame a case in order to obtain a favorable result.  Now, he focuses 100% of his practice on defending injured workers in Minnesota.

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