Powerful Help
For When You’ve Been Injured At Work

You have rights when you’ve been hurt on the job. Our team can help you get the workers’ compensation benefits you need. We’re working for you when you can’t.

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Experienced Legal Help For Injured Workers In Minnesota

It is important to protect your rights and act quickly when you or a loved one suffers a serious injury at work. You may be entitled to significant financial benefits in the form of workers’ compensation payments — but the process is complex, and it can be easy for the inexperienced to make mistakes when applying for benefits, seeking medical treatment, or challenging a claim denial or underpayment.

At Thill & Freeman, PLLC, our lead attorney, Mark Freeman, has three decades of experience handling workers’ compensation cases and protecting the rights of injured workers after they’ve suffered work-related accidents. We do everything possible to maximize your workers’ compensation payments and other benefits to allow you to recover from your injuries and return to work. Don’t delay — let us start fighting for you today.

Bold Representation From A Former Insider

Attorney Mark Freeman — who is AV Preeminent* peer review-rated through Martindale-Hubbell, the highest available rating — first gained experience with workers’ compensation cases while representing insurance companies. During this time, he learned how insurance companies work to minimize benefits and deny claims. Now, we use this knowledge to avoid pitfalls, deal with common insurance company tactics and help you achieve the outcome you deserve.

We explore all options to aggressively fight for the benefits you need, including third-party claims where you can sue a nonemployer for compensation in a personal injury lawsuit. But it is important to act quickly! There are time limits for workers’ compensation claims, and for some employers, they may be very short. If you delay or wait too long, your claim could be denied. Don’t lose out on the benefits you deserve — contact an assertive advocate today. We can start helping you now. Call for your free consultation and case evaluation.

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