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I’ve been hurt on the job. Now what do I do?

Cory P. Whalen - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneyFebruary 15, 2017

Every year, thousands of Minnesota workers are injured on the job.  The laws that govern workers’ compensation entitlements are complicated and confusing.  Making matters worse, insurance companies fight work injuries with doctors they hire and expensive lawyers.

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The First Paycheck, At What Cost?

Arthur C. Kosieradzki - SiebenCarey "Know Your Rights" AttorneyAugust 15, 2013

Who doesn't remember their first job? For many, it came during their high school years. Whether working at McDonald's, delivering newspapers or cleaning animal cages at the zoo. No matter where you work, safety on the job is a big concern to parents and teens.

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With government shut down, workers' comp claims in limbo

Minnesota Public Radio, by Martin MoylanJuly 07, 2011

If there's a dispute, currently we're not offering resolution services.

Without a working state government, there's no forum to resolve the disputes that embroil thousands of Minnesota workers over workers' compensation benefits. Workers, employers and their insurance companies argue the validity of claims or attempts to change, reduce or end wage and medical benefits.

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Inspiration For Those Considering A Late Life Career Change

Star TribuneJanuary 02, 2006

Inspiration comes in many forms.

Michael Scully is an accomplished attorney at the Minneapolis law firm of SiebenCarey. Michael's story is an inspiration to all, he is the embodiment of courage, strength, and the determination it takes to make a major life change late in life. His story is motivation to make dreams a reality no matter what your age.

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