A surviving spouse is entitled to social security disability benefits on the injured worker’s earning record if the following requirements are met:
Social Security Survivor Benefits for Spouse
November 19, 2015
The basic Minnesota No-Fault policy provides $20,000 coverage for medical bills including X-rays, diagnostic tests, prescriptions, therapy, chiropract...
Medical Bills Exceeding No-Fault Limits
March 20, 2015
There are various types of Social Security benefits that are available. One such benefit is called Mother’s or Father’s Social Security benefits. Th...
Mother's or Father's Social Security Benefits
December 3, 2015
How Your Wages are Calculated in Workers Compensation
July 9, 2015
Under the current law in Minnesota, an injured employee is entitled to two-thirds of their lost wages. If you are completely disabled from working, you will then be entitled to two-thirds of your wage total wages. If you are working, but at a reduced wage, then you will be entitled to two-thirds of the difference between your average weekly wage and your current wages. Typically an employee’s average weekly wage is calculated by averaging wages over the 26-week period prior to an injury.
If you have been injured on the job and have questions about your claim, contact our workers’ compensation attorneys at (952) 249-0111 for a free consultation. Our office is located in Eden Prairie and we handle workers’ compensation cases throughout the entire state of Minnesota. We will not charge you any fee unless we recover benefits or damages for you.