How to Protect Your Future

Getting past, present and future medical treatment for your work injury paid for is an important part of filing a Workers’ Compensation claim, but it’s not everything. Whether you will require long-term medical care or your injury affects your ability to work in the future, Fields Law Firm can help you get the Workers’ Compensation benefits you need so you can focus on getting better and returning to work.

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Potential Claims and Benefits

Every Workers’ Compensation case is different, and it’s important to look at all of the potential claims related to your work injury. At Fields Law Firm, we have the one of the largest teams of professionals dedicated to helping injured workers in Minnesota, and we are committed to making sure every injured worker receives the benefits they need and deserve.

Because we handle different types of Injury and Disability Claims, we can evaluate your case to determine whether you may be eligible to receive additional compensation and benefits for your injuries, such as:

  • Social Security Disability (SSD) Benefits
    If your injury prevents you from doing the work you used to do or requires that you adjust to another type of work, you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability benefits for additional financial support.
  • Long Term Disability (LTD) Benefits
    If you or your employer participate in a Private or Long Term Disability plan, we can help make sure the insurance company pays you the benefits they owe you.
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
    We can help make sure that your insurer covers your new career training and wage loss if your injuries require you to learn new job skills to go back to work.
  • Personal Injury Claims
    If a person or company other than your employer contributed to your injuries, you may be able to file a claim for compensation beyond what your Workers’ Compensation benefits provide.

Our Minnesota Workers’ Compensation lawyers are here to help you get all of the future medical, wage loss and employment benefits you’re entitled to after you’ve been hurt at work. Whether you’re wondering about your rights or just need help understanding what comes next, we’re here to answer your questions with free, no-obligation advice you can trust.