Workers’ Compensation For Falling Injuries
Were you seriously injured from a fall while on-the-job in Minnesota’s Twin Cities?
Has your employer failed to take your injury seriously and respond to your application for workers’ compensation benefits?
Holding Employers Accountable
Some employers have to be encouraged by a skilled personal injury lawyer before they finally take action to recognize your on-the-job sacrifice. We hold employers accountable in St. Paul, Minneapolis and across the state, at the Law Office of Thomas B. Schway in Oakdale.
You may have fallen from a poorly designed or constructed scaffold. You may have slipped or tripped and fallen on unsafe, improperly maintained work property. You could have been rushed into action by a foreman or supervisor, or fatigued due to lack of break time. A number of circumstances can contribute to a serious fall and accident injury. Our lawyers thoroughly investigate what happened and work hard to protect your rights. Contact us. Your initial consultation is free of charge. The phone call is toll free from wherever you are in the state: 888-556-3551.
Compassionate Representation In Minnesota Work Injury Cases Since 1981
A fall at your workplace can cause:
- Neck and back injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Head and brain injuries
- Fractures and damage to joints
You should be allowed to concentrate on your recovery from your workplace injury without the distraction of what your representation will cost. The contingency fee basis for our work means that you owe no attorney fee unless we win the workers’ compensation benefits you are entitled to.
We are full-service, dedicated, experienced personal injury lawyers who want justice for you. You can trust the Law Office of Thomas B. Schway to aggressively advocate for your best interests.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation
We urge you to speak with our St. Paul attorneys as soon as possible. The toll-free number to call is 888-556-3551. You may also contact us online. It is urgent that you notify us of your work accident injury immediately, to satisfy the time limitations on workers’ compensation claims.