Legal Question in Workers Comp in Minnesota

I returned to work on "light duty" but am doing the regular job. My Minnesota employer is only paying me 65 percent of regular pay. Is this legal?

Asked on 1/18/12, 6:03 am

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Thomas Atkinson Thomas Atkinson
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It depends. In most cases you can receive 2/3rds of you lost pay, whether you are not working at all or evening less money in a light duty job. However, there are exceptions. It costs you absolutely nothing to talk with a work comp lawyer. Just be sure they are very experienced. You are free to contact my office as well 651-414-0678 or visit us at

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Answered on 1/18/12, 10:04 am

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