The Legal Help You Need After A Workplace Head Injury

A head injury can have serious consequences that keep you out of work for a long time. If you have suffered a head injury on the job, it is important to talk to an experienced workers' compensation lawyer who can protect your rights.

At the Michael Schultz Law Firm in Minneapolis, we handle workplace head injury claims for clients in the Twin Cities and throughout Minnesota. We have the skill and experience to help you obtain maximum compensation for your on-the-job injury.

Attorney Michael Schultz has extensive experience in the area of brain injury claims. He has worked with professional athletes who have suffered concussions on the field and who have developed chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) as a result of repeated blows to the head. Mr. Schultz understands the hardships facing brain injury victims and has the experience to make a difference in your case.

The Consequences Of Brain Injuries

An on-the-job brain injury can affect your life in many ways. Workers who have suffered head injuries may experience:

  • Severe headaches
  • Nausea
  • Memory loss
  • Impaired cognition
  • Irritability
  • Depression
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Any of these conditions can make it difficult, if not impossible, to return to your job and perform the work you are accustomed to doing.

We understand this and can help you pursue the benefits you need to pay for your brain injury treatment, therapy, rehabilitation and other needs. If your head injury prevents you from returning to work, we can help you pursue the temporary or permanent disability benefits you need to make ends meet.

Standing Up For Work Injury Victims

While your head injury may have caused you significant hardship, there is hope. We can provide you with the strong, experienced representation you need to make it through this difficult time. To arrange your free initial consultation, please contact our law offices by telephone at 612-412-4916 or 800-557-6905, or online by filling out a brief contact form.