Firm Overview

Workers’ Compensation Law Firm

Exclusive Focus on Workers’ Compensation and Representing Injured Workers

Attorney Mary Morin focuses solely on workers’ compensation in her law practice.  She represents only injured workers.  Your employer, union or non-union, has an insurance company and their attorneys to consult with and handle claims.  It is often critical that you have an advocate on your side to make sure your claim is being handled fairly and efficiently.

Personal Attention to Your Claim

Many workers compensation firms handle a large volume of claims with little contact with the attorney you hired.  At our law firm, you will work directly with the attorney you retained on all aspects of your claim.  This consistent approach will provide you with a legal professional who knows you and your case.  We make every effort to listen to you and your concerns, and to keep a open line of communication throughout all steps of your claim, from the intial filing of the claim and through settlement or litigation.

Experience Matters

Attorney Morin has been practicing in the workers compensation field for more than twenty years.  She has an in depth knowledge of the law to help you get the results you want.  She has helped hundreds of injured workers throughout Minnesota get the medical treatment and disability benefits they are entitled to receive.  Having an experienced attorney is important in the complex world of workers compensation.  Experience provides the skills that will enable you to develop a strategy with your attorney that will get you the results that will help you.

Initial Consultation is Free

Minnesota law provides that attorney fees are payable only if we recover benefits for you.  You will not need any money up front to retain Attorney Morin, and fees only become payable contingent on recovery of benefits.



Types Of Benefits

Assistance and experience at all levels, including at the Department of Labor & Industry, the Office of Administrative Hearings, the Workers Compensation Court of Appeals and Minnesota Supreme Court.