The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DOLI ) has announced procedures to deal with the current issues and concerns surrounding the coronavirus situation. Beginning Monday, March 23, all DOLI workers’ compensation mediations and conferences will be conducted remotely by telephone or videoconference only.

This is an effort to continue providing services within the workers’ compensation system while maintaining a safe environment for both the injured worker and DOLI employees. In my practice, this seems to be a reasonable and safe response to the coronavirus problem while still making sure that our clients’ rights and benefits are protected without any undue delay.

Mediations, medical and vocational rehabilitation conferences will continue while we all pull together to get through this difficult time. For additional updated information you can find the most recent news at

Bradt Law Offices is available to help you  with any work injury claim

If you have been injured on the job and have questions about your claim or the Minnesota work comp system, please don’t hesitate to give us a call. You can contact us, anytime, with questions about your case or to arrange an absolutely free consultation. It won’t cost you anything and we will always give you our honest assessment about whether you need a lawyer to represent you. If you have questions about how much it costs to hire a lawyer for a Minnesota workers’ compensation case, you can check out this previous post.

Remember, you are dealing with an insurance company which handles hundreds or thousands of claims every day. They have experienced claims adjusters and attorneys managing their files. Even if you don’t need a lawyer at the moment, a little information about the work comp system can make a big difference for you in your dealings with the insurance company. At Bradt Law Offices, we have been providing assistance to injured workers all across northern Minnesota and the Iron Range for more than 35 years.

As always, thank you for visiting our blog and please spread the word that we are a good source of work comp information and assistance for workers injured in northern Minnesota and anywhere on the Iron Range.


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