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Workers’ Compensation for Industrial Accidents

Industrial accidents can have many causes, from defective equipment to inadequate maintenance, to errors by workers, to improper storage of explosive materials. The consequences can be serious. Your health can be damaged and your livelihood put at risk after you have been injured in these ways. If you have been injured in an explosion or other industrial accident, contact an experienced Minnesota workers’ compensation attorney at Midwest Disability, P.A..

We represent injured workers in mining, oil and gas, ethanol production, manufacturing of various types, timber, agriculture and other industries in Minneapolis, St. Paul and throughout Minnesota. Industrial work sites in the state include grain bins, factories, computer assembly facilities, warehouses, a crude oil refinery and many more. Our clients’ injuries often leave them in need of medical treatment as well as unable to work for extended periods. Prompt legal counsel can be as essential as top-notch medical care.

Put Our Experience To Work After Your Workplace Accident

An industrial accident can result in traumatic injury that changes your life in an instant. It can also result in exposure to toxic materials that lead to chronic health issues over time. A knowledgeable workers’ compensation lawyer can help ensure that you get timely access to all benefits you are eligible for. As long as your injury is work-related, it is covered by Minnesota workers’ compensation.

Workers’ compensation is a complex body of law, and many workers who have valid claims do not receive the benefits they are due simply because they are unaware of the rules. Our lawyers have the legal experience needed to help injured workers receive all of the benefits included in workers’ compensation.

Call 888-387-4135 or contact us online to request a free case review. You won’t pay any fees until we recover compensation for you!

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