More Than 20 Years Of Experience Standing Up For Minnesota Workers

Experienced St. Paul Workers’ Compensation Claim Attorney Pursuing Benefits For You

If you were injured in a workplace accident or developed a disease from your working conditions, you need to understand your rights under the workers’ compensation system. First and foremost, you have the right to benefits that can help you move forward with your life. Unfortunately, you may be faced with denial or cutoff of those benefits, delays, underpayments, tangles involving medical care or other issues. Do not give up. Help is here.

At The Law Office of Gretchen Hall in St. Paul, workers’ compensation claim attorney Gretchen Hall and her team of skilled legal professionals provide compassionate guidance and zealous representation to help injured workers gain full benefits. If you have been injured at work, denied benefits or are unable to collect the compensation that you deserve, we can help.

For your free consultation, call 651-371-6008.

20 Years of Experience Helping Injured Workers Get The Benefits They Deserve

For more than two decades, we have been helping injured workers in the Twin Cities and throughout Minnesota breathe a sigh of relief. Whether you were just recently injured and want to know what to do next or you are already in a heated battle with your employer and the workers’ compensation insurance company, we encourage you to let us help.

Denied or cut off? We will fight to overcome it. Getting the runaround? We will help to get the process back on track. Benefits too low to cover everything? We will strive to get you what you deserve. Our St. Paul workers’ compensation claim lawyer will put her experience to work for you.

Not All Work Injuries Are Cut And Dry. Let Our Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Fight For You

Workers’ compensation law is always changing. Because our St. Paul workers’ compensation claim law firm solely practices this area of law, we are able to stay ahead of the changes.

We are prepared to work hard to overcome denials or cutoffs and get benefits, whether we are representing nurses who have been exposed to infectious diseases like Covid-19 while working at hospitals, teachers who have caught Coronavirus or other illnesses while educating Minnesota children, police and first responders who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) from events seen in the line of duty, meatpacking plant or factory workers hurt by workplace machinery, restaurant workers diagnosed with repetitive stress injuries, or anyone else who works hard and has been hurt on the job.

Sometimes it can seem as though employers and workers’ compensation insurance companies default to denials, especially when they think that something is unclear. Often these are not cut and dried situations of an accident taking place at work and causing an obvious injury. Yes, there are certainly many cases when a forklift hurts someone or a hand is caught in a piece of machinery, but there are also cases where an employee gets sick and the question may come up: “Can you prove you got sick at work?” Similarly, repetitive motion injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome in wrists, knees, shoulders or elsewhere may be denied on the basis that the employer or insurance company does not believe it was caused by work.

Having decades of experience on our side means we know how to push back in even the most challenging cases to see that injured employees are not left with huge medical bills and other costs because of on-the-job injuries.

Answers to frequently asked questions about workers’ compensation.

Don’t Let Your Workers’ Compensation Claim Be Denied. Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation

Many people procrastinate filing a workers’ comp claim because they are unsure whether it will provide the benefits they need. As a law firm focusing on this area of law, we are able to outline the benefits you may receive.

Awarded workers’ compensation benefits vary depending upon the exact conditions of your case. However, possible benefits may include:

  • Recovering wage loss
  • Medical care
  • Potential vocational training
  • Temporary disability coverage
  • Permanent disability compensation
  • Funeral compensation for surviving family members

These benefits can make a big difference for you and your family.

When Should You Call For Your Free Consultation?

Whether you just have a question or are ready to move forward, we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible for a free consultation. It is best to bring workers’ compensation claims promptly, to avoid giving the other side any reason to issue a denial. Lawyer Gretchen Hall has over 20 years of experience fighting for employees’ rights to workers’ compensation benefits. Between her skill, experience and unique insight into insurance defense strategies, she uses every advantage at her disposal for our clients’ benefit.

Call our St. Paul workers’ compensation claim law office at 651-371-6008, or email our firm online.

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