Types of Work-Related Injuries
At Fields Law Firm, we know that many occupations in Minnesota can put workers at risk of suffering work-related injuries. Our work injury lawyers have experience with all types of work-related injury cases, and we have a proven track record of securing substantial Workers’ Compensation settlement amounts for our clients.
If you get hurt at work, our Minnesota workers compensation lawyers are here to give you advice on your next steps, so you can make the right decision for you and your family. Just dial 1-888-343-5375 or complete a free online form for free and confidential advice today.
No matter what type of work-related injury you suffered, you can count on the Minnesota work related injury lawyers at Fields Law Firm to take care of your needs, both now and in the future.
- Amputation and Loss of Use
Injuries that sever or completely disable parts of the body can cause a profound reduction in quality of life and ability to do your job.
- Back and Neck Injuries
Heavy lifting and repetitive motions can injure your back and neck, causing severe pain and disability.
- Blindness, Vision, and Hearing Loss
Your senses are important for your quality of life and your career. If you lose your sight or hearing because of a work injury, we can help.
- Burn and Electrocution Injuries
Thermal and chemical burns, as well as electrocution injuries, can put you in the hospital and out of work for weeks and even months.
- Carpal Tunnel
Repetitive movements in your hands and wrists can cause carpal tunnel syndrome, a condition that causes numbness, pain, and disability.
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS/RSD)
Crushing injuries and damage to nerves can lead to RSD or CRPS, a systemic disorder, which causes severe pain, swelling, and changes in the skin.
- Falling Injuries
If you fell off of a roof or ladder at a construction site, you may be in severe pain and unable to work. Our work injury lawyers can advise you on your legal options.
- Hand and Wrist Injuries
Your hands are your livelihood as a worker. If you lose partial or complete function in your hands, it can be devastating to your career.
- Knee, Leg, Ankle, and Foot Injuries
If your career requires walking or standing, and you hurt your lower leg at work, you may be unable to do your job.
- Lifting Injuries
Lifting objects that are too heavy can injure your back and cause long-term pain. Our work-related injuries lawyers want to help if you suffered an on-the-job lifting injury.
- Machinery Injuries
Machines enable production to happen at a rapid pace, but they can also cause serious injuries in a split second.
- Repetitive Stress Injuries
Performing the same actions over and over again as part of your day-to-day work can cause joint and nerve damage and restrict your range of motion.
- Shoulder and Elbow Injuries
Hurting your shoulder and elbow doesn’t just affect you at work – it can carry over into your everyday life. Our work injury attorneys know how debilitating these injuries can be, and we want to help.
- Slip and Fall Injuries
Spilled drinks, leaky roofs, and objects in walkways can cause you to slip and suffer injuries. Contact us today for free advice about your work-related slip and fall injury.
- Wrongful Death and Fatal Injuries
If you lost a loved one due to an on-the-job injury, the Minnesota workers compensation lawyers at Fields Law are here to advise you during these difficult moments and help you make tough decisions.