A Workers' Compensation Law Firm

Workers' Compensation Law Firm

Attorney Representing Injured Workers in Minnesota and Wisconsin

Getting up every day and working hard is a benefit that your employer receives from you. If you are injured on the job, will you receive any benefits from your employer? Under the workers' compensation system, you should be compensated for your injury and lost wages. Take the time and hire an experienced and dedicated law firm.

At Cochrane Law Office, P.A., in Roseville, Minnesota, knowledge, trust, respect and high-quality legal representation have been the building blocks of our success in the area of workers' compensation law. We represent injured workers in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and federal workers under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act (FECA). Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation.

We Only Represent the Injured Worker

We focus on workers' compensation law, and we only represent the injured worker. Your employer has an insurance company on its side; we will be on yours. Our commitment extends to workers in Minnesota and Wisconsin through FECA. It does not matter if your occupation is union or nonunion — we help anyone injured on the job.

We Understand Your Worries

When you suffer a workplace injury, losing your job and your house is a realistic concern. Receiving proper medical treatment and returning to work are other things that will occupy your mind. Every client we have helped has had the same concerns. It is natural to worry about these things.

However common your worries, you are unique to us. Because we know that your circumstances are different from other clients, we don't apply the same blanket strategy to each case. We sit down with each client and take the time to devise a plan that will efficiently achieve the best results possible.

All of our clients are treated with respect and dignity. Contact us and speak with lawyer Chuck Cochrane if you have been injured in the workplace. We offer a free initial consultation. Weekend and evening appointments are available