Am I Entitled To Both Workers’ Comp And SSDI?
If you are injured in a workplace accident, workers’ compensation benefits help cover medical costs for your injury. However, there is typically a time limit for these benefits. Injuries that are long term or disabling may be covered under Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
The lawyers at Fay & Associates LLC have significant experience working with those who have been injured on the job throughout the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area. Our firm is focused on representing clients in the areas of personal injury law and workers’ compensation law. We are ready to hear your story and provide advice that is tailored to meet your needs.
SSDI Benefits And Your Workers’ Compensation Claim
If your workplace injury has left you disabled, you may be entitled to both workers’ comp benefits and then SSDI benefits. Our attorneys can help determine if you qualify for SSDI benefits based on your disability, and initiate the application process on your behalf. With a lawyer on your side, you can be sure that the transition from your workers’ comp claim to your SSDI claims is as seamless as possible.
The injury lawyers at Fay & Associates LLC will help educate you about the process of filing a claim, what benefits are available in Minnesota and how SSDI calculations are made. We are here to provide counsel and be your advocates.
Contact Our Law Firm And Schedule Your First Appointment
You can call us at 612-333-6900 or complete an online contact form to book your first meeting with our lawyers. If you prefer to meet outside of our office, we are happy to meet at a place you are most comfortable at.