Hurt At Work?

If you were hurt at work, you have a workers’ compensation claim. St. Paul workers’ compensation attorney Gretchen Hall has more than 20 years of experience helping injured workers in the Twin Cities and throughout Minnesota get full benefits.

Helping Injured Minnesota Workers For More Than 20 Years

St. Paul Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Whether you are just beginning the process of getting workers’ compensation or you have already tried to navigate the system only to face denials, delays and cutoffs, you need an attorney who understands the system.

St. Paul workers’ compensation attorney Gretchen Hall has more than 20 years of experience handling work injury claims. As a former insurance defense attorney, she knows how insurance companies think when making decisions about Minnesota workers’ compensation benefits claims. She can anticipate arguments and tricks Minnesota workers’ compensation insurers use to deny or minimize payments. She can use her knowledge and experience to refute them and work for the best outcome to your workers’ compensation case.

From our law office in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metro, we represent injured workers throughout Minnesota. Not only is the consultation free, but you do not pay us directly for legal services. Our fees are paid by the insurance companies.

Work Injuries

Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ Compensation FAQ

Helping You Submit A Workers’ Compensation Claim After A Work Injury

You do not have to handle your workers’ compensation claim alone. We can help you navigate the process efficiently, minimizing the chances of pushback from your employer or their insurance provider. The consultation is free.

The process of filing a workers’ compensation claim is time-sensitive, so it is important that you act now. With our St. Paul workers’ compensation lawyer on your side after a work accident, you can be certain that all of the Is are dotted and Ts are crossed. We can avoid problems along the way, and those that cannot be avoided we can work to overcome.

Workers’ Comp Denials? Delays? Cutoffs? Let Us Help!

Many workers’ compensation claims are initially denied. The insurance company may say the injury wasn’t severe or that it wasn’t work related, among other reasons. We fight to overcome denials and get needed benefits.

Injured workers are often relieved when their workers’ compensation claim goes through initially, only to learn that the battle has just begun. They may encounter delays in getting benefits payouts, underpayments, denials of surgeries or other procedures, problems with doctors or even sudden cutoff of benefits. Our decades of experience mean we have seen it all and know the steps that need to be taken in pursuit of making matters right.

Gretchen Hall

Gretchen Hall

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