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Employment and Labor Law - Personal Injury Law

Workers' Compensation Law
Accidents and injuries at work may be subject to workers' compensation laws.

  • Mandatory Workers' Compensation Insurance
  • Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry
  • Minnesota Workers' Compensation Court of Appeals
  • Workers' Compensation Forms & Documents

  • Resources in this category:
       Office of Administrative Hearings
    "The Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) is an independent tribunal within the executive branch. The OAH has three divisions; Administrative Law, Workers' Compensation and Municipal Boundary Adjustments. OAH judges conduct hearings, conferences and mediations when a state or local law provides the right to challenge a government action through an administrative hearing. OAH strives to provide all parties to a matter, a full and fair opportunity to challenge those actions. Additionally, OAH provides injured workers, their employers, and workers' compensation insurers with prompt and impartial resolutions of claims for workers' compensation benefits. The services provided by OAH are an important part of the state's guarantee of "due process of law"."
       Wex: Workers Compensation (Legal Information Institute)
       Employee's Guide to the Minnesota Workers' Compensation System (Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry)
    "Briefly explains how current Minnesota laws apply to work-related injuries or illnesses occurring on or after Oct. 1, 1995."
       Minnesota Workers' Compensation System Report, 2007 by David Berry (principal) & Brian Zaidman (May 1, 2009) (Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry)
    "This report, part of an annual series, presents data from 1997 through 2007 about several aspects of Minnesota's workers' compensation system  claims, benefits and costs; vocational rehabilitation; and disputes and dispute resolution. The purpose of the report is to describe statistically the current status and direction of workers' compensation in Minnesota and to offer explanations where possible for recent developments. The report also presents workers' compensation medical cost data from a major insurer to provide insight into current medical cost issues."

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  • Administrative Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Occupational Safety and Health Law
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