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Compensation For Injuries In The Workplace

Illnesses and injuries happen all the time in workplaces throughout the country. After suffering a serious injury or contracting a serious illness, it is important to talk with an attorney who understands workers’ compensation law and can help you. You are likely to be wondering whether your type of injury qualifies you for benefits or whether your illness qualifies if you already had the illness, but your job made it worse.

Talk with a lawyer today. The attorney at David H. Bailly, Ltd., offers more than 30 years of legal experience in Minnesota, helping injured clients obtain workers’ compensation benefits. Attorney David H. Bailly knows the workers’ compensation system thoroughly, so he can help you navigate the process and avoid mistakes and pitfalls that could prevent you from getting the help you need.

Numerous Injuries

There are many injuries that can qualify for workers’ compensation benefits, including:

  • Repetitive stress injuries: There are numerous tasks that many workers engage in where they have to perform the same physical motion repeatedly. Over months and years, these repeated movements can cause significant pain and injuries that can range from carpal tunnel due to office work and typing to serious back and neck injuries from more physically demanding factory and industrial work.
  • Back, neck and spine injuries: While they are especially common in more physically demanding jobs like construction and factory work, back and spinal injuries can happen to anyone at work.
  • Occupational illnesses and toxic exposure: There are numerous occupations that involve exposure to dangerous chemicals and unsafe environments. One example is mesothelioma, which is common for people exposed to asbestos in their daily work.

These are just a few examples of workplace injuries that could be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. It is important to note that some workplace injuries are 100% the result of accidents or circumstances on the job, whereas other injuries result from pre-existing conditions that are aggravated or accelerated by the workplace.

Get The Help You Need

Talk with an attorney right away. You don’t want to wait too long or try to navigate the system on your own, when the help of an experienced lawyer could be the difference in getting you the benefits you need. Call 952-232-1053 or email the firm today.