Minnesota Workers’ Compensation & Long-Term Disability Lawyer

10,000+ Injured Workers Helped Throughout Minnesota
Katelyn R. Becker
Attorney Katelyn Becker

Helping Injured And Disabled Workers Throughout Minnesota

Were you injured at work? You may be entitled to workers’ comp benefits. However, being entitled to benefits and actually receiving benefits that are fair are two different things. Workers’ compensation laws change almost yearly. Literally hundreds of cases are decided each year that affect the way future benefits are handled. The result is an extremely complex area of law that is difficult to navigate.

Skilled Guidance Throughout The Work Comp Claim Process

It doesn’t matter whether you are just beginning the claim process, or you have already been denied benefits. Retaining a skilled Minnesota workers’ compensation attorney who knows how to navigate through the process significantly increases your chances of getting benefits that will truly meet your needs.

How We Can Help You

Exclusively Serving Injured Workers

Workers’ compensation benefits

Workers’ compensation process

Types of injuries

Types of work accidents

Who we represent

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Injured at Work?

You Can Afford
To Hire A Workers’ Comp Attorney

We take workers’ comp cases on a contingent fee basis.
This means that there are no attorney fees until we recover benefits for you. All law firms handle work comp cases this way, from those that have just opened their doors to those who, like us, have years of proven results under their belts. In other words, you can have our highly experienced Minnestoa workers’ comp attorneys represent you without worrying that you are overpaying or will be unable to afford our services.

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Our Lawyers Make A Difference

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Our Work Comp attorney Katelyn Becker created this guide to educate you about your rights as an injured worker in Minnesota.

What Sets Us Apart

Great People. Great Results.

If We Don’t Win, You Don’t Pay

Helping Workers In Minnesota Since 1996

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