Leg, Knee & Ankle Injuries

Minnesota Leg, Knee and Ankle Injury Attorneys

Workers’ Compensation for Joint or Leg Injuries on the Job

Injuries on the job can happen at any time. Falls, slips, missteps and other types of accidents can result in injuries to the feet, knees, hips and other joints of the body. Often these injuries are significant and can impact current and future ability to work. If you are injured on the job, talking to St. Paul leg, knee and ankle injury attorneys should be a priority.

Osterbauer Law Firm is here to represent workers to get the Twin Cities leg injury compensation they are entitled to under the law. We can also work with you for broken foot compensation in Minneapolis and workers comp ankle injury settlement throughout Minnesota.

We represent injured workers in the Twin Cities area and throughout Minnesota. Call us at 612-315-8272 for a free consultation.

Know Your Rights When Injured at Work

One of biggest mistakes an employee can make is to ignore injuries on the job that may initially appear as minor issues. It is not uncommon for our ankle and foot injury lawyer in the Twin Cities to work with a client who continued to work on what he or she thought was a sprained ankle, only to find out it was a much more significant problem, and perhaps even a broken foot.

A key factor in obtaining a fair settlement leg injury compensation in Minneapolis or throughout the state is to have medical documentation of the injury. It must be reported when it happens on the job to avoid any possible question of the timing of the injury by the employer. As any knee injury attorney in Minnesota will tell you, reporting symptoms is critical to having full documentation for any claim.

Osterbauer Law Firm has experience in successfully representing clients with a wide range of different work-related injuries to the joints. Typical medical conditions in these types of claims include:

  • Torn ligaments (ACL or MCL)
  • Stress fractures
  • Torn cartilage
  • Heel spurs and Plantar fasciitis pain
  • Chondromalacia
  • Kneecap fractures
  • Sprained ankles
  • Broken bones in the legs and feet
  • Injuries occurring when legs or feet are crushed
  • Surgery to replace the knee

It is important to talk to our St. Paul leg, knee and ankle injury attorneys for any type of injury including pre-existing conditions that are aggravated or if there are repetitive stress or accident-related injuries.

Arrange a free consultation today with attorneys who know the law and want to help. There are no attorney fees unless we secure your compensation.