Workers' compensation carriers set their premiums based on the risk of injury on a particular job. High risk means high premiums for employers, and workers are often left without ample benefits to assist in recovery if they are injured on the job.
Every day, thousands of Minnesotans go to work in order to support themselves and loved ones. Without this stream of income, families may obviously feel at a loss about how to move forward. Of course, an injured worker might feel this same anxiety.
Thousands of Minnesotans rely on the highway to get to work every day. In order for the roads to be clear and safe, during summer or winter, there are several public employees who work to make this possible. Unfortunately, highway maintenance can be a dangerous job.