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Areas of Practices


Workers’ Compensation


At Schoep & Yang Law Firm, we exclusively represent injured workers—we do not represent employers or workers’ compensation insurance companies.

If you have been injured at work, whether a specific injury such as trauma causing a broken bone or a back injury, or have a medical condition from repetitive work activities/motion, we will provide quality legal services for you. The workers’ compensation law in Minnesota provides that if you are injured on the job, you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits no matter who was at fault.

Benefits that may be available to an injured worker are:

• Wage loss benefits

• Medical treatment expenses

• Rehabilitation, job search assistance and retraining benefits

• Permanent partial disability benefits

Contact Us:  

(320) 763-0190

Personal Injury

We represent individuals who are injured through no fault of their own in car crashes, boating accidents, slips and falls, dog bites, farm machine injuries, recreational vehicles and wrongful death.

Whether it is you or a loved one who is injured, we will provide quality legal services. If you need a personal injury attorney in Minnesota to protect your rights and obtain justice and payment for your losses, Schoep & Yang Law Firm, will provide the dedication you need.

We do not represent insurance companies. All personal injury cases are on a contingency fee basis. (No fee until we recover benefits or obtain a settlement on your behalf.)

Employment Discrimination

If you have lost your job, been demoted or had other adverse employment actions taken against you by your employer, Schoep & Yang Law Firm provides legal services for employment discrimination claims. Types of claims that would be included in employment discrimination include:

• Wrongful termination

• Sexual harassment

• Disability discrimination

• Age discrimination

• Retaliation for claiming a work-related injury

• Whistle-blower

• Race discrimination

• Marital status and gender discrimination

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