I have been cut off of TTD benefits due to the IME report of me being cleared to work. My doctor says a spinal injection is needed for my injuries and have taken me off work completely until this procedure is approved and completed. There is also a NOID, a .239 Conference scheduled to dispute the... View More
Yes, it will depend on a variety of factors. First, you should consider whether settlement is the best option. Even though you were not assigned a permanent partial disability rating doesn’t mean your injury is not permanent. In Minnesota Worker’s Compensation benefits can be available for you...View More
I believe you are entitled to a copy of the background check, but they are not obligated to identify what specific information was used in denying your employment. I do not handle these types of cases, but some law firms do. Contact employment law firms directly.
I was helping a co worker carry something on the construction site and due to the uneven grade it caused me to slip and fall and tear the meniscus in my knee and fracture my hand. There was limited areas to walk and access the building because the landscaping crew had large holes in the ground with... View More
A Minnesota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry about your injuries. It sounds like you took proper steps in initiating a workers' comp claim. In terms of the other hazards, you could discuss them with your workers' comp attorney if you...View More
Employer is doing madatory tip pooling, along with giving our tips to the following morning shift if not satisfied by our work at the end of the night. The daughter of the owner's works mainly morning shift almost everyday. Most of the emplyees are minors including me. There are about 18... View More
You should make your parents aware of this matter and if they choose, they can call me to discuss your options. Another avenue is to have your parents contact the MN Department of Labor and Industry's wage and hour division. Hope that helps. leliilaw.com
On July 18th I was cited for following a car too close as he was turning right in front of me on a 35E exit to pilot knob road which is a two-lane road. MN Statute 169.18(8)(a) I did end up closer to the vehicle than I, myself, would have preferred since the front car slowed to turn much more than... View More
The effect that this might have on your insurance rates depends on your prior driving record and your insurance company. There is no mechanism for tickets automatically coming off of your driving record absent some type of agreement with the prosecutor. I don’t necessarily expect it to affect a...View More
I work in the traffic department as a traffic controller as they are no signals i have to stand in the middle of the street and guide ways to the cars. Once i was doing my job a car on purpose came fast as if he was about to hit me, neither he was going straight or left he was coming were i was... View More
Did you report him to the police? Seems it violates several code sections. Can you sue him? Technically yes, but as that type of case is frowned on by the Courts I doubt it. If you have ptsd then see about having it documented.
Roraff fees are paid to an attorney directly by the insurer, rather than as a percentage of your benefits. Your attorney can explain to you how and why he or she received those fees and and upon what they were based.
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