Minnesota workers’ compensation attorneys serving the injured and disabled throughout Minnesota with offices in St. Cloud, Edina and Brainerd.

Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

Workers’ Compensation: Our Attorneys Fight for the Wage Loss Benefits You Need

If you have been injured on the job and cannot continue working – at least for now – you may feel that you need a crash course on how to navigate the workers’ compensation system. To protect your right to appropriate benefits, get the legal counsel that you need as soon as you can. Learn how events in your case may affect your medical and financial outcomes.

From our law offices in Edina, St. Cloud and Brainerd, MN the attorneys of Malone Bailey advise injured workers throughout the Twin Cities and the entire state of Minnesota. We can meet with you face-to-face, by phone or in a video conference.

When Might You Need A Wage Loss Lawyer’s Help?

If your doctor says you are unable to work as you did before you were injured, you should be eligible for wage loss benefits under one of these designations:

  • Temporary total disability (TTD) if you must be out of work altogether for a period of time: Both your doctor’s recommendations and your employer’s willingness or ability to accommodate your limited working capacity may be factors determining your eligibility for TTD benefits.
  • Temporary partial disability (TPD) if you can resume working part-time: You may lose wages but qualify for benefits while you are recovering.
  • Permanent total disability (PTD) benefits if you cannot return to work in any capacity because of your injury: These benefits may continue until age 72.
  • Permanent partial disability (PPD) benefits if you have permanent loss of bodily functions and therefore cannot resume working full time at a normal capacity: The state may compensate you for the loss of function of a specific body part.

If any one of these descriptions resembles your experiences, you may also face difficulties such as the following:

  • Your doctor’s assessment of your condition and capacity to resume working may differ from yours.
  • Your doctor or employer may insist that you can return to work before you are ready.
  • Your employer may decline to assign you appropriate duties.
  • Your rightful wage loss benefits may be denied, delayed or underpaid.

Our lawyers can help protect your interests.

Learn How The Attorneys At Malone Bailey Can Protect Your Wage Loss Benefit Rights

Attorney John Malone and other workers’ compensation lawyers at our firm have served clients throughout Minnesota for more than 30 years.

We work wage loss workers’ compensation cases on a contingency-fee-basis, which means you pay no money unless we recover a settlement.

We welcome the opportunity to hear about your work-related accident, injury or occupational illness. Learn how we can lighten your load as you pursue all benefits you are eligible for. Schedule your free, no obligation case review today. Call 952-209-9018 or 320-407-1671 or complete our inquiry form.