Workers’ Compensation Lawyer in Inver Grove Heights Represents Businesses and Employees
Skilled attorney understands Minnesota workers’ comp law
Workers who suffer work-related injuries or illnesses may be eligible for workers’ compensation. Under most circumstances, workers in Minnesota are entitled to benefits even if they were negligent or at fault for the event that caused the injury. Unfortunately, workers often abuse this system. It is estimated that approximately 10 percent of all workers’ comp claims are fraudulent. Nelson Law Office represents injured claimants and employers fighting these claims. My experience on both sides of the issue makes me the right choice to advocate for you.
Helping injured workers get the benefits they need
Nelson Law Office help workers get fair compensation for injuries and illnesses sustained in the workplace. I help workers obtain coverage for their workers’ compensation claims, including:
- Compensation for permanent disability
- Dependents’ recovery for worker’s death
- Lost wages or salary
- Rehabilitation expenses
- Retraining costs
Nelson Law Office helps employees seek the maximum benefits allowed under the law.
Defending businesses against fraudulent and exaggerated claims
Nelson Law Office defends businesses from workers’ comp claims by demonstrating that:
- There is a non-work-related cause of the injury.
- The injury occurred while the employee was intoxicated.
- The injury was preexisting or partially preexisting.
- The actual cause of the injury was horseplay.
- The extent of the injury is overstated.
- The injury does not exist at all.
I am resolved to defend your company in settlement negotiations and in litigation.
Using experts to bolster your case
I work with a variety of experts when building your case or defense and again during trial. Medical experts help us evaluate the true nature of the worker’s injuries. Financial experts help us determine what a worker’s medical care should cost. When a worker’s injury is covered by workers’ compensation, I use this information to help us reach a fair settlement.
Recovering from other parties
Workers and employers may have rights against third parties such as contractors. If a worker’s injury was caused by another person, company or contractor, the worker may be able to bring a claim against that company.
If your company paid out a claim to an injured worker, you may be able to seek compensation from the responsible party for the benefits you had to pay your worker. This is known as subrogation. I work to recover damages from any responsible party.
Contact experienced workers’ compensation attorneys
From our Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota office, Nelson Law Office helps workers and employers throughout Minnesota resolve workers compensation claims and appeals. To schedule a consultation with a dedicated workers compensation attorney, call me at 651-724-9830 or contact my office online.