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Shoulder injury? Is it smart to settle a workers' comp claim?

AdobeStock_50652758.jpegIf you have suffered a work-related shoulder injury, you may experience long-term health consequences. Shoulder injuries fall into the category of sprains, strains and tears, and it makes up a significant percentage of occupational musculoskeletal injuries. As with any other work-related injuries, you will be entitled to pursue financial relief through the Minnesota workers' compensation insurance system.

Work-Related Knee Injuries Are More Common Than You May Think

260s AdobeStock_48276979.jpegFootball fans are generally familiar with how devastating a knee injury can be. ACL injuries seem to occur frequently on the gridiron. However, the potential for knee injuries occurring on the job for people who work in health care, the construction industry, in an office, or any other setting may not be as well known. 

Don't Fall Down On Your Workers' Compensation Claim After A Fall

225 150 AdobeStock_67017182.jpegMinnesota workers know that there are some jobs that are simply more dangerous than others. Industries such as construction and health care may carry a higher risk of a worker suffering an injury, but every man and woman who works faces a threat that he or she could suffer an injury at some point.

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The Minnesota Department of Labor and the Office of Administrative Hearings have temporarily halted all in person conferences. In addition scheduled hearings may also be delayed. Atkinson Gerber Law will continue to remain open with a small staff to continue assisting existing clients and answer the questions of new potential clients. The remainder of our staff will continue to assist you working remotely. We understand that this emergency magnifies the already pressing situation injured workers face with wage loss and lack of medical care. There may be some delays in responding to calls but we are making every effort to assist you. Thank you for your understanding and patience.

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