Repetitive Stress Injury Attorney

Years of repetitive movements can take a toll on the body. After years of lifting, twisting or typing, joints can wear down, muscles can become permanently strained and nerves can become damaged. Many people do not realize that these injuries entitle them to workers' compensation benefits. Under Minnesota law they are referred to as Gillette injuries.

At Reitan Law Office, PLLC, our family-owned firm has been helping injured Minnesotans navigate the workers' compensation system for more than 35 years. Our goal is twofold: first, to help you maximize your benefits; second, to guide you through the system as efficiently as possible.

We have three offices located throughout the Twin Cities and Southern Minnesota in Chaska, Mankato and Minneapolis.

If Years Of Wear And Tear Caused A Workplace Injury, You Are Entitled To Workers' Compensation Benefits

Many people are required to miss work while receiving treatment. In some cases, the damage may be so severe that workers may not be able to return to their previous work. Common repetitive stress injuries include:

  • Knee, elbow and shoulder injuries
  • Back, neck and spine injuries
  • Torn rotator cuffs
  • Nerve impingement
  • Arthritis
  • Bursitis
  • Tendinitis
  • Carpal tunnel

If you have suffered one of these injuries, or another injury caused by repetitive movements, you may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Minnesota workers' comp benefits include:

  • Coverage for medical expenses
  • Lost wages
  • Vocational retraining
  • Permanent disability benefits

Our lawyers will help you get the workers' compensation you need to treat your repetitive stress injury, pay your bills and support your family. For more information about Minnesota workers' compensation for your repetitive stress injuries, click here.

From Our Family To Yours

We want you to know, we are here for you and we care about the outcome of your case. Our attorneys will meet with you, face-to-face, to discuss your injuries. We take the time to educate you about the process, so there are no surprises. Once we have reviewed your medical records and understand the impact your work injury has on your life and your family, we will build a claim that maximizes your workers' compensation benefits.

Call us today at 952-448-2800, 507-388-1800, 612-424-6011 or complete our online intake form to schedule a free consultation.