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Ashley Biermann

Amazon Warehouse Injury Work Comp Claims

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AmazonWarehouse2Amazon is a powerhouse company that was first known as “the world’s biggest bookstore.” It has since been given the title of America’s largest retailer (online or off) employing nearly 240,000 people worldwide. Therefore, it is not surprising that Amazon has become a large employer in Minnesota since opening a fulfillment center in Shakopee. The Amazon fulfillment center in Shakopee, Minnesota is a giant warehousing and shipping facility, which will employ upwards of 1,000 workers. This is great news in terms of local job creation but also brings with it a host of other concerns. Amazon has been accused of mistreating its warehouse employees in a variety of ways, including in the realm of workplace injuriesRead More


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Ashley Biermann

Can I Be Fired For Reporting A Work Injury?

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wc-content_copyThe short answer is yes—but not without recourse. An employer can fire you for any reason; however, there is recourse that can be taken if an employer fires you, or even threatens to fire you, for reporting your work-related injuryRead More


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Qualified Rehabilitation Consultant (QRC)

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In Minnesota if you sustain an injury on the job and you are unable to perform your work duties or you are terminated from employment due to a work injury, you may be eligible for the services of a QRC, a Qualified Rehabilitation Consultant. Qualified Rehabilitation Consultants are responsible for both vocational services and medical management services. With regard to the medical management, QRCs do things such as attend your medical appointments, prepare various documentation and supply it to the insurer, the other attorneys involved, and the employer. They act as an intermediary between you and your doctors. Read More


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NOID Conference

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wc-content_copyYou walk out to your mailbox, open it and receive a letter. Looking at the letter, you see that it is from your Minnesota workers’ compensation insurance company. Curiously yet apprehensively, you open the letter. It is a Notice of Intent to Discontinue Benefits, also known as a NOID. Shocked, you set it down, find a chair, sit in it, wipe your brow, and ask yourself what does this mean? Read More


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