Thomas Patterson
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Location:
330 South Broadway
Rochester, MN
55904-6505
USA
Workers Compensation

Thomas R. Patterson, a Rochester native, is a 1982 graduate of Lourdes High School, a 1986 graduate of Regis College in Denver Colorado, and a 1989 graduate of William Mitchell College of Law in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was admitted to practice law in the state of Minnesota in October of 1989, and is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association.

Mr. Patterson has represented injured workers since 1991. In 1995 he limited his practice to workers compensation claims and has exclusively represented injured workers since that time. He does not represent employers or insurance companies. Mr. Patterson has been named a Super Lawyer in the field of Workers’ Compensation by the publication Law and Politics for the past 5 years.

Because Thomas Patterson handles only Workers’ Compensation claims you can be confident he will provide you with the highest quality legal counsel, and will work with you to obtain the best outcome possible for your claim. His goal is to help his clients receive the full extent of benefits they are entitled to under the Worker’s Compensation laws of the state of Minnesota.

Attorney Thomas Patterson believes every injured worker should seek the counsel of an attorney specializing in workers compensation matters to take advantage of the attorney’s knowledge and experience. Injured employees need to understand their rights under the law to be sure they are receiving all the compensation due them. Clients can be confident that all consultations are confidential, and there will be no fee unless you are awarded compensation.

Thomas Patterson's Practice Areas

Minnesota Personal Injury & Workers Compensation (3)

Workers Compensation – What Are Your Rights?

Workers Compensation

What an Injured Employee Must Know: 1. Miscalculation of Benefits Insurers often miscalculate an Employee’s average weekly wage. Even a slight miscalculation of an Employee’s average weekly wage can result in a significant underpayment of...

Workers Compensation Act

Workers Compensation

What benefits are provided? Six types of benefits are provided under the Workers’ Compensation Act. Temporary Total Disability An injured Employee is entitled to total wage loss benefits if the Employee’s doctor restricts the Employee...

Workers Compensation FAQ

Workers Compensation

Do I need a lawyer? Yes. If you have sustained a work-related injury, resulting in wage and/or job loss or unpaid medical bills, you need a lawyer. If you have sustained a work injury, whether...

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