Workers Compensation Attorney St. Paul
Serving the St. Paul suburbs and Greater Minnesota
Have you been injured on the job or are you suffering from a work-related ailment? Your employer should pay for your medical care and lost wages and pay compensation for lasting disability. Gregg Nelson has effectively and successfully represented hundreds of clients with skill, hard work, tenacity, and experience. Here is what you can expect when Gregg Nelson represents you:
Here’s What You Can Expect
When We Represent Your Case:
Gregg will meet with you personally to listen to your concerns and develop a sound strategy. He will then work tirelessly on your behalf.
Gregg will explain and enforce your rights.
|Gregg’s fees are contingent, meaning he does not charge you a fee for his services unless you win or settle your case. Attorney fees will be paid out of the benefits paid to you. In some circumstances, the insurer will be obligated to pay attorney fees.|
We Make It Easy
If it is difficult for you to drive to our office, let us know and Gregg will visit you in a location that is convenient for you. We can also arrange to meet before or after regular business hours.
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|Minnesota Workers Compensation FAQs
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