Your West Metro Workers’ Compensation Advocate
Work Injury Law
Experienced Legal Help For Injured Workers In Minnesota
After a serious injury at work, it is important to act quickly to protect your rights. You may be entitled to benefits under Minnesota workers’ compensation, but the process is complex. It’s easy for the inexperienced to make mistakes when applying for financial benefits, seeking medical treatment or challenging a denied claim or underpayment.
At Thill & Freeman, PLLC, our lead attorney, Mark Freeman, has 30-plus years of focused experience in work injury law. We do everything we can to maximize and protect your workers’ comp benefits to allow you to recover from your injuries and return to work.
Bold Representation From A Former Insider
Mark Freeman learned the ropes of workers’ compensation law while representing insurance companies. So he knows first-hand the tactics they use to deny claims and minimize benefits. Now he uses that inside knowledge to help injured workers avoid pitfalls and assert their rights.
The insurance companies have attorneys protecting their interests, so you should have an experienced advocate on your side fighting your full and fair benefits. Mark Freeman is rated AV Preeminent* through Martindale-Hubbell. He will explore all options, including personal injury lawsuits against third parties who contributed to a work-related accident.
Take Action To Protect Your Rights
It’s important to act quickly! There are time limits for workers’ compensation claims. If you wait too long to seek medical care or report an injury, your benefits could be denied. We can help you file your claim properly or we can step in to fight for you after a claim denial.
It costs you nothing upfront to hire Mark Freeman and his team. We offer a free consultation and case evaluation, and we get paid only if we secure benefits for you. We serve St. Louis Park, Edina, Golden Valley, Hopkins and the West Metro, as well as claimants throughout Minnesota. Call today at 952-232-1752.
We have been standing up for injured workers for more than 30 years.
Workers’ Compensation FAQ
Q: Am I going to lose my job for applying for benefits?
A: No. It is illegal to fire an injured worker for filing a workers’ compensation claim.