Hansing Law provides dedicated legal help in the areas of labor and employment law, civil litigation, workers’ compensation, wrongful death, and personal injury.
As a law firm dealing almost exclusively in these areas, we will help you navigate the increasingly complicated and overlapping laws which relate to you, your family, your employer, and your labor organization. The laws we deal with on a regular basis include the Labor-Management Relations Act, Minnesota No-Fault Act, federal and state discrimination laws, Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Act, Family Medical Leave Act, Social Security Act, Veterans Preference Act, unemployment insurance law, and others.
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What is Workers' Compensation?
When an employee sustains a personal injury or incurs an occupational disease at work, regardless of fault, he or she has the right to recover lost wages as well as medical benefits. Each state has it’s own set of workers’ compensation laws, and they are, with few exceptions, the sole means by which an employee injured on the job can be made whole again.
If you are currently receiving benefits from a prior admitted work comp injury, and the insurance company isn’t paying your benefits, or is failing to pay your medical bills or not allowing care and treatment you might need, we can help with that, too.
If you have been injured...
If you believe you might have sustained an injury as a result of work, tell your employer as soon as possible; otherwise, your claim could be denied.
How much will it cost?
We only receive a fee based on what we recover for you. The client does not pay an hourly fee for our services. If a dispute arises regarding existing medical or rehabilitation benefits awarded to you as a result of existing workers’ compensation injury, the insurer must pay our fees.
If you have questions, don’t hesitate to contact our office about your case. We’re here to help. Email us or call us at 612-333-6113 to receive a free consultation.