We Will Do The Worrying — And The Fighting — For You

Noack Law Office​ helps workers and their families deal with all the problems an injury or disabling condition can bring. We will get you the benefits you deserve.

If you are no longer working due to COVID-19, you might be entitled to workers compensation benefits.

Work Injuries

Work Injuries

Workers We Represent

Workers We
Represent

Workers’ Compensation FAQ

Workers’
Compensation FAQ

Social Security Disability

Social Security
Disability

Personal Injury

Personal Injury

Minnesota Workers’ Comp Attorneys You Can Rely On

Nobody wants to get hurt or become disabled. And everybody wants to be treated fairly, especially when it comes to his or her family, health and income.

If you or a loved one was injured at work, we are here to make sure you are treated fairly. The Minnesota workers’ compensation attorneys at Noack Law Office will make sure you get the maximum benefits allowable by law. That includes wage replacement benefits and proper medical care from a doctor of your choice.

Skilled, Caring And Accessible 24/7

Our attorneys have more than 25 years of experience in the specific areas of workers’ comp, personal injury and Social Security Disability — we are not a general practice law firm. We know the law, we know the medical concerns faced by injured people, and we understand the financial and emotional strain their families experience.

We are dedicated to serving injured workers and their loved ones throughout the state. We are accessible: You can reach our firm 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You will get the answers you need, when you need them.

Let Us Handle It All And Relieve Your Stress

We understand that this may be your first time working with an attorney — you may be worried and confused about what to do next. At Noack Law Office, we will take charge of your claim and do the worrying for you.

We will also do the fighting for you, if necessary. We are trial lawyers who have won many cases against seemingly powerful employers and large insurance carriers that refused to do the right thing. We will take whatever legal action is needed to compel employers to follow the law. We only represent injured people and their families.

Safety on the job

Developing a safety comfort zone might not be the best approach to take on the job. Accidents happen at Minnesota workplaces, and many mishaps often prove avoidable. Those who take appropriate safety measures might cut down on their chances of getting hurt. However,...

First year workers are most prone to injuries

A recent study by the largest workers' compensation insurer shows that first-year workers are particularly prone to injuries. This is as true in Minnesota as it is for workers all across the country. The study shows that 35 percent of all injuries happen to first-year...

The scope of employee concern over workplace safety

Workers in Minnesota expect and deserve to feel safe at work. However, many workers have expressed concern about workplace safety now more than ever. What are workers saying about safety in the workplace? A study conducted to explore how workers view safety at their...

Entendiendo la compensación por una enfermedad profesional

Cuando se habla de la compensación al trabajador, normalmente se piensa en una lesión laboral. No obstante, los trabajadores también pueden pedir compensación por sus gastos médicos y salarios perdidos si adquieren una enfermedad o condición médica por su trabajo....

Some of the most dangerous jobs

There are many jobs in Minnesota that are considered dangerous. Some workers face the risk of injury or death on a daily basis while others may only experience danger occasionally. No matter how often it occurs, being injured at one of these jobs can be traumatic and...

The link between workplaces stress and heart disease

It's no secret that workplace stress can take a toll on your physical and emotional health. But what about your cardiovascular health? Is there a relationship between workplace stress and heart disease? The answer is yes: Excessive workplace stress in Minnesota can...

What to know about the top workplace injuries

Statistics estimate that about 610,000 workplace injuries occurred between 2017 and 2020. Here are some common injuries that a worker in Minnesota may experience. Slip and fall According to stats, falls make up about 16% of workers' compensation cases, with 22% of...

Fatigue reduces workplace safety

Fatigue is a major detriment to workplace safety in businesses all over Minnesota. Fatigued workers increase the risks of personal safety and public safety when they struggle to perform their duties. The commercial effects of fatigue Nearly 13% of workplace injuries...

Amazon workers and the potential for injuries

Awood Center is now working alongside the National Employment Law Project to establish accountability for workers' compensation in Minnesota. Everyone has the right to work in a safe, clean and healthy environment. Injuries that result from the conditions of work and...

Welding hazards in Minnesota

Welding is a process that joins two pieces of metal together using heat. There are two types of welding: gas and electric, and they both possess certain hazards, which can cause serious injuries if you're not careful. Heat Burns can occur when the welder's skin comes...