Specific And Repetitive Injuries

At Michael Schultz Law Firm in Minneapolis, we are strong advocates for injured workers throughout Minnesota. We will help you pursue all of the benefits that you are entitled to receive under Minnesota workers' compensation laws, including compensation for your lost wages and permanent partial disability as well as vocational retraining and medical benefits. Michael Schultz has more than 25 years of experience in the areas of workers' compensation and personal injury. He is a tireless advocate for injured Minnesotans.

To schedule a free consultation with us, call 612-412-4916 or 800-557-6905.

Helping You Get The Compensation You Deserve

People who perform repetitive motions as part of their job are particularly at risk for cumulative trauma injuries, including cashiers, data entry workers, assemblers, construction workers, dental hygienists, truck drivers and baggage handlers. However, anyone can suffer a repetitive motion injury such as:

If you have experienced a specific injury or repetitive injury, it is important to let your employer know of the injury as soon as possible. You have 180 days to report your injury; however, if you wait longer than 30 days, you may experience adverse consequences. You also have a right to your own choice of doctor.

Because they develop over time, repetitive motion injury claims are frequently denied or contested by employers and workers' compensation insurers. Our Minneapolis repetitive work injury attorney will help you overcome the challenges associated with these types of injuries so you can get the workers' compensation benefits you need and deserve.

Contact A St. Paul Workers' Comp Attorney For A Free Consultation

To schedule a free consultation with our experienced lawyer, Michael Schultz, call 612-412-4916 or 800-557-6905. You may also contact us online. You pay no fee unless we recover compensation for you. In-home and office appointments are available. Our office is located in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, at the corner of 12th Street and Marquette Avenue.

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