Practice Area Overview

Workers' Compensation Attorney in Minnesota

Lawyer Representing Injured Workers Statewide

Your job is your economic livelihood. It is the support system for basically everything you provide for yourself and your family. If you suffer a work-related injury, your livelihood is put in jeopardy and you may wonder what will happen. Will you lose your job? How will your bills be paid? You will need a law firm that focuses on aggressively representing injured workers.

The Cochrane Law Office, P.A., in Roseville, Minnesota, is that law firm. We do not represent employers or their insurance companies. We represent you, the injured worker. Contact us if you have a work-related injury in Minnesota or Wisconsin, or if you are injured while working for a federal agency. We offer a free initial case evaluation.

Helping Workers in Minnesota and Wisconsin

Our workers' compensation practice encompasses Minnesota and Wisconsin. No matter where the injury occurs, our clients' concerns are usually the same:

  • Medical care - Your employer's insurance company may be concerned that you are receiving too much treatment, or it may not approve of the doctor you are seeing.
  • Financial matters - Your employer's insurance company may not pay wage- loss benefits to you. It may tell you that you are able to work and thus, not entitled to benefits. However, the employer may not offer you work that is within your medical limitations.

These are common and valid concerns if you are injured on the job. But we know the workers' compensation process. Taking clients through the administrative procedure is all we focus on. Keeping you informed and getting you the best possible result is our goal.

The legal fee basis differs remarkably between Minnesota workers' compensation claims and Wisconsin workers' compensation claims. Either way, providing aggressive legal representation in a timely and respectful manner is our motivation.

Helping Injured Federal Workers, Too

We handle federal workers' compensation claims under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act (FECA). If you are employed by a federal agency, union or nonunion, we can help you.

Thorough preparation is the key to reaching the best possible settlement in any workers' compensation claim. But if litigation is necessary, we are more than ready to fight for you in the courtroom. Contact us for a free initial consultation. Evening and weekend appointments are available.