Maximizing Your Workers' Comp Claim

Every dollar counts after a serious work injury. At the Michael Schultz Law Firm, we know how to maximize workers' compensation settlements to help our clients obtain full and fair compensation for the losses they have suffered due to work injuries.

We cannot promise results, but we can promise that we will do everything in our power to maximize the compensation you have coming to you. Michael Schultz will bring all of his years of experience and influence to maximize your recovery.

Keys to maximizing workers' comp claims include:

  • Don't jump at the first offer: Insurance companies do not thrive on paying out claims fully. Their first offer is not likely the maximum value of your claim. An experienced workers' compensation attorney knows what your claim is worth and will fight for every penny.
  • Obtain ample medical evidence: A record of your medical condition and treatment is crucial evidence in a workers' comp case. As your workers' compensation law firm, we can help you choose the right doctor and obtain all of the medical documentation you need for a successful claim.
  • Always be more prepared than the other side: Whether your case is settled in or out of court, your lawyer should know your claim and your condition up and down, and be prepared for any tactic the insurance company tries to use.
  • Explore all avenues of compensation: You may be entitled to more than just workers' compensation benefits, depending on the cause of your accident. When your attorney is knowledgeable in workers' comp, personal injury, Social Security Disability, and short- and long-term disability claims, you can be assured that all avenues of recovery are being pursued.

Every case is different. If we take on your case, we will craft a strategy that suits the unique circumstances of your work injury.

To learn more about how we can help you, please call our Minneapolis law offices at 612-412-4916 or 800-557-6905 or contact us online. Minnesota workers' comp lawyer Michael Schultz is here to protect your rights and interests.