MINNESOTA FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT
CAR ACCIDENT VICTIMS DESERVE WAGE LOSS BENEFITS.
The Personal Injury Lawyers at Schmidt Salita Law Team, want you to know that the victims of personal injury from car accidents, workplace injuries, farm injuries, or other types of trauma, re entitled to recover compensation for past and future wage and earnings losses resulting from injury and or disability when another person is at fault.
WAGE LOSS BENEFITS FROM MINNESOTA FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT.
The Minnesota Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides protection to injury victims with disabilities that prevent them from working. Minnesota employers, like employers in virtually every state of the union, must follow the federal family and medical leave act, which allows eligible employees to take unpaid leave for certain reasons. Further, once the employee’s FMLA leave it is over, the employee may have the right to be reinstated to his or her former work position.
Minnesota employees who are eligible under the act may take up to 12 weeks of leave for serious medical conditions, including those resulting from injury due to car accidents, work-related injuries, and other types of injuries for which Minnesota law provides compensation.
Employees of Minnesota are subject to the front FMLA if they are employed by an employer with at least 50 employees and have been employed for at least 20 weeks in the past or current year. Employees are eligible for FMLA leave. If they have worked for the company for at least a year if they have worked at least 1250 hours during the previous year, and if they have worked at a location with at least 50 employees within a 75-mile radius.
FMLA leave is available if an employee needs time off to recuperate from a serious health condition or to care for a family member who suffered a serious injury during active duty in the military.
Minnesota employees are entitled to 12 weeks of leave in a 12 month. Period. Leave is available every 12 months, as long as the employee continues to meet the eligibility requirements of the Act.
CAR ACCIDENT WAGE LOSS BENEFITS FROM NO-FAULT INSURANCE.
Under Minnesota’s No-Fault Insurance Act, the victims of personal injury in car accidents are entitled to wage and earnings loss benefits from No-Fault Insurance when those losses are the result of injuries sustained in a car accident.
CAR ACCIDENT WAGE LOSS BENEFITS FROM AT FAULT INSURANCE.
Under Minnesota’s tort law, the victims of personal injury in car accidents are entitled to recover loss of wages and earnings capacity when those losses are the result of injuries sustained in a car accident.
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The Schmidt Salita Law Team Handles a Wide Variety of Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Claims.
The Schmidt Salita Law Team handles cases involving car accidents, trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian car accidents, and bicycle accidents. It has many years’ experience in workers , products liability and medical malpractice cases.
The Schmidt Salita Law Team has extensive experience with concussion injuries, traumatic brain injuries, neck and back injuries, whiplash injuries, broken bones, injured joint injuries (knee, hip, shoulder, wrist, ankle, spinal), amputation injuries, and vision and eye injuries.
The Schmidt Salita Law Team has offices through out the State of Minnesota. Its primary location is at Ridgedale Office Center in Minnetonka, near the intersection of I394 and I494. The offices offer handicap accessible with ample parking.
The Schmidt Salita Team Offers Contingent Fee Arrangements.
The firm offers contingent fee agreements (You don’t pay lawyers fees until you collect and then only as a percentage of the settlement). It also offers home and hospital visits to clients whose injuries present difficulty in coming to the office.
“PERSONAL INJURY WITH PERSONAL ATTENTION TO EACH CASE”.
The Schmidt Salita Law Team has locations throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area of Minneapolis and St. Paul, as well as Minnetonka, Maple Grove, Plymouth, Osseo, Anoka, Coon Rapids, Brooklyn Center, Fridley, Blaine, Shoreview, Woodbury, Falcon Heights, Columbia Park, Stillwater, Hastings, Inver Grove, Cottage Grove, South St. Paul, Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Savage, Shakopee, Richfield, Bloomington, Chaska, Chanhassen, Edina, Eden Prairie, and Hopkins.