The attorneys at Heimerl & Lammers understand that legal problems impact every area of life. We have the knowledge and experience to guide you through the legal process.
If you were injured on the job in Minnesota, or as a result of your employment, you have a legal right to workers' compensation benefits. These benefits include wage loss, medical treatment, job search assistance, and possibly even retraining.
You Are Not Alone. We Can Help.
Workers' compensation claims in Minnesota can be extremely frustrating and confusing. Insurance companies employ hundreds of attorneys and claims adjusters who handle these cases every day, and they are not always looking out for your best interests. Many times the injured employee is left alone to navigate this difficult system. It is not uncommon for an injured worker to get lost in a procedural maze of red tape and dead ends. The result is that many people with legitimate claims are denied benefits simply because they don't know the rules.
901 N 3rd Street
Minneapolis MN 55401
Benjamin J Heimerl
You Are Not Alone. We Can Help.
Heimerl & Lammers focuses much of its efforts toward Minnesota workers' compensation cases. Benjamin Heimerl heads up the firm's workers' compensation division, devoting the majority of his practice to helping Minnesotans who have been hurt on the job. Attorney Michael Lammers also devotes a large amount of his practice to litigating workers' compensation matters.
Together, the attorneys Heimerl and Lammers work to protect the rights of injured Minnesotans every day.
Our commitment to you includes:
Promptly returning your calls. We return phone calls within 24 hours, and usually sooner.
Responding to your e-mails. We check our messages dozens of times a day.
Being available to meet you in person. If you want to speak to your lawyer face-to-face, you can get an appointment the next day.
Keeping you updated. Our lawyers will copy you on every document that we prepare on your behalf, from a doctor's letter, to the court summons.
Michael Lammers devotes his civil litigation practice to helping people facing trying times. He represents people who have been injured as well as those who aren't in a position to protect their rights. Mr. Lammers knows how hard insurance companies work to deny the claims of people recovering from injuries and he has committed his practice to fighting on their behalf.
Mr. Lammers has experience in myriad aspects of the court system including jury trials, administrative hearings, arbitrations, mediations, and settlement conferences.
Mr. Lammers received his bachelor's degree in religious studies from the University of Iowa, and his law degree from the University of St. Thomas School of Law in downtown Minneapolis. Mike is also a military veteran, having served in the Navy during the first Gulf War.
Benjamin J. Heimerl is a founding Partner at Heimerl & Lammers, LLC. Benjamin partnered with Michael B. Lammers to create a law firm with the ability to handle all of their clients' legal needs while building lasting relationships. The mission of Heimerl & Lammers, LLC is to provide the superior legal representation and service that our clients deserve, during what could be the most difficult and frustrating time in their life.
Since graduating from William Mitchell College of Law, in St. Paul Minnesota, Benjamin has dedicated his time, almost exclusively, to helping injured clients. His time in the Marine Corps taught him the value of being the best at what you do, and that the only way to be the best is through hard work and dedication. He has taken this passion to the courtroom, where he works tirelessly to battle big insurance companies who refuse to live up to their moral and contractual obligations.
Benjamin was born and raised in Minnesota. He attended college at the University of Minnesota where he earned a bachelor's degree in psychology.
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