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Chronic pain and your claim to workers' compensation benefits

You know that a work injury can sideline you from work for an extended amount of time. For some injured Minnesota workers, recovery from a work injury is complex, and pain and complications affect their ability to work long into the future. You may find yourself in this situation as well, dealing with chronic pain and other related issues. 

What do you need to complete an application for disability?

You may have a valid disability and be unable to work in Minnesota, yet knowing how to actually obtain the benefits to which you have a rightful claim can be a complex and difficult process. It can be helpful to know what to expect and how you can move forward with your claim for Social Security Disability benefits.

Denied workers' comp claim? Here is what you should do next.

Workers' compensation benefits exist for the benefit and financial support of injured workers. If you suffered an injury while at your Minnesota workplace, you know how important it is to secure these benefits for medical bills, lost wages and other accident-related needs. When a claim comes back denied, you need to know what you should do next and how you can continue to fight for the benefits you need.

Arthritis: A common condition that could have an uncommon effect

Arthritis is a relatively common medical condition, but your individual case could have an uncommon impact on your life. This type of illness could ultimately compromise your ability to work and support yourself, causing financial strain for your family. If you consider yourself disabled because of arthritis, you would be wise to explore your options for seeking certain benefits.

Work in a hospital? You may be at high risk for a back injury.

Doctors, nurses and other individuals who work in Minnesota hospitals face a number of risks to their health and safety every time they show up at work. One of the most significant risks is that of a back injury, often related to patient handling and overexertion. Back injuries may be common among hospital workers, but the recovery from these types of injuries can be both complicated and painful.

You have a hand in preventing workplace injuries

Most people in Minnesota are familiar with the feeling of coming in from shoveling snow to find their hands numb with cold. For a few moments, you may feel helpless as your fingers begin to tingle. Until the feeling returns, there is little you can do for yourself. You may be feeling that same exasperation now after your hand injury at work.