Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Claims

All Minnesota workers’ compensation claims must be filed with the Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Division. A Minnesota workers’ compensation claim may be filed if an employee has been injured in a job-related accident, or because an employee develops an occupational illness because of hazardous conditions at the workplace. In Minnesota, the law mandates that employers have workers’ compensation insurance to provide benefits such as income replacement and medical care for employees who have been injured at work or who have become ill and are in the process of recovering.

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Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Laws

Minnesota workers’ compensation laws deal with the benefits that workers who have been injured on the job or who develop work-connected diseases may receive through the Minnesota workers’ compensation system. The relevant policies and procedures are also set forth by Minnesota workers’ compensation law.

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