LAW OFFICE OF THOMAS MOTTAZ
Workers comp places times limits to making a claim in Minnesota. Minnesota workers compensation law requires that claims be reported in a timely fashion and that claims be pursued within a reasonable period of time, if the claim is denied. Certain wage loss benefits and medical can be paid for basically your entire life. As a result, even old injuries can be claimed so long as the injury was reported timely and benefits were paid at some point during the life of the claim. In other cases, if an injury was reported timely, but benefits were not paid, there is a called a statute of limitations which limits the length of time in which a claim can be file.
If you wondering whether you have a claim or whether it has been closed, contact our office to discuss you case with an experienced and knowledgeable attorney.
The following is a list of helpful responses to questions about reporting your injury and the statute of limitations:
The insurance company knows your rights, do you? Talk to a Minnesota workers’ compensation lawyer today by calling (855) 354-2667. It is a free consultation and there is no obligation to retain a lawyer. You can discuss your case with a lawyer and obtain the advice you need to get your life back on track.