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The Law Office of Gretchen Hall
St. Paul Workers' Compensation Attorney

Helping You Recover For Work-Related Injuries

A single accident or any medical condition that develops over time due to your job duties can impact every aspect of your life. Lost wages from missing work alone can cause financial strife. Add medical bills to the mix, and the domino effect can seem daunting.

At The Law Office of Gretchen Hall in Saint Paul, we take your medical condition and financial stability seriously. Call us for a free consultation at 651-964-6106.

We fight hard for men and women to help them get the medical care and compensation they deserve after suffering an injury in a workplace accident. Our founding attorney has 20 years of workers' compensation experience and knows how to prepare and present a solid claim aimed at maximizing compensation for our clients.

Full-Service Injury Representation | We Are Here To Help

Most people understand that a broken bone, rotator cuff injury, head trauma amputations and other acute injuries suffered in an accident at work generally qualify under the workers' compensation system. We are fully prepared to help you get the full compensation in all manner of job-related medical conditions that may qualify for a workers' comp claim, including:

  • Repetitive strain injuries: The body is not well-designed to withstand repetitive motions. Injuries to the joints, carpal tunnel syndrome and other strains are common sources of pain for people in all walks of life.
  • Aggravation of pre-existing conditions: Insurance carriers often try to avoid paying benefits for a pre-existing condition. However, we fight hard for people whose job duties have aggravated a medical condition.
  • Injuries in work-related motor vehicle accidents: Sales people, workers on construction sites and in other industrial settings may be struck by a passing truck or be involved in a motor vehicle accident. If you have been in an accident while you were performing work-related duties, we can help you seek medical care and wage replacement benefits to allow you to focus on getting better.
  • Mental health conditions tied to the workplace: In the past, Minnesota workers' compensation did not recognize mental health issues unless the condition was related to a physical injury. However, with growing awareness of mental health issues such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), mental health conditions that arise out of and in the course of employment may now be compensable conditions.
  • Hearing loss: Hearing loss is the most common workplace injury, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Loud environments on construction sites, in manufacturing plants, in the mining industry on the Iron Range and near heavy equipment can adversely impact your hearing.

Speak With An Experienced Work Injury Lawyer To Get Started On Your Recovery

We are here to help you no matter what kind of medical condition you are struggling with. We take the time to explain your options and your legal rights to allow you to move forward with confidence. Our goal is to make sure you obtain the full workers' comp benefits you deserve. To learn more about how 20 years of experience can be your advantage, send us an email or call 651-964-6106.

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