WORKERS' COMPENSATION, PERSONAL INJURY AND SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY
Steve Bradt has been representing accident and injury victims across northern Minnesota since 1983. A native of the Iron Range, he grew up in Eveleth and attended UMD and the University of Minnesota Law School. Steve has successfully handled over 1,000 workers' compensation, personal injury, wrongful death and social security disability claims over the past 34 years. In addition to his representation of injury victims, Steve has taught courses and lectured on litigation, trial practice and workers' compensation at Itasca Community College. He has served as board president for non-profit corporations such as the Itasca County YMCA, United Way and Room for Employment. Before relocating his practice to Grand Rapids, Steve was a founding partner with the Duluth law firm of Cuzzo, Bradt & Envall from 1999 until 2006.
Steve understands the stress you are experiencing when you've been injured and an insurance company refuses to pay your lost wages, medical bills and other expenses. At any given time, he has represented your friends and neighbors in just about all of northern Minnesota's communities, including:
...and everywhere in between.
- Workers' Compensation
- Construction and work injuries
- Free Consultation
There is never a charge for your initial consultation - in person or over the phone.
- Contingent Fees
You only pay us if we are successful.
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
All of the injury cases we handle are on a "contingent fee" basis. This includes workers' compensation and personal injury claims. This means that you pay attorney fees only if there is a settlement or recovery in your case. If there's no recovery, you pay nothing. There are also expenses involved in pursuing a claim, such as the cost of obtaining medical records and reports, investigations, filing fees, expert witnesses, etc. Except in very rare or unusual cases, we don't ask you for any money when you hire us or at any time while we are handling your case. We pay the expenses of the lawsuit and recover those expenses only if we are successful.
- University of Minnesota Law School
- J.D. | Law
- Minnesota State Bar
- Minnesota Association for Justice (MAJ)
- - Current
- Work Comp Talk
- Choosing the Best Medical Specialist in a Minnesota Work Comp Claim
3 September 2019
- “Quick Tips” from Bradt Law Offices: Five Things You Should Know about Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Claims
4 March 2019
- Is the Workers’ Compensation System Adequately Protecting You When You Are Injured on the Job in Minnesota?
16 November 2018
- New Laws Increasing Your Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Benefits
13 November 2018
- Simple Suggestions to Avoid Problems with Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Medical Coverage after a Settlement
3 October 2018
- Bradt Law Offices Case Report: Benefits discontinued after independent medical exam (IME)
13 June 2018
- What Happens to My Minnesota Work Comp Claim If I Switch Jobs?
12 April 2018
- Social Security Disability in America: Longer and Longer Delays
21 November 2017
- UPM Blandin Layoffs Announced. Are Minnesota Work Comp Benefits Available?
31 October 2017
- Q. How can I find out who provides workers' compensation coverage for my employer or another business in Minnesota?
- A: This state of Minnesota website would be a good starting point in most cases. http://www.dli.mn.gov/wc/InsLookup.asp
- Q. I dont understand roraff fee
- A: Roraff fees are paid to an attorney directly by the insurer, rather than as a percentage of your benefits. Your attorney can explain to you how and why he or she received those fees and and upon what they were based.