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About Steven BradtWORKERS' 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 28 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:
- Personal Injury
- Workers' Compensation
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
- Construction and work injuries
- Social Security disability
- Contingent Fees
- You only pay us if we are successful.
- Free Consultation
- There is never a charge for your initial consultation - in person or over the phone.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|University of Minnesota Law School - University of Minnesota, Twin Cities||J.D.||Law|
|Member, Minnesota State Bar|
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Blog: Work Comp Talk
Avoiding Problems in Your Minnesota Work Comp Case Bradt Law Offices Case Report: Consequential Knee Injury Can the Insurance Company Deny My Minnesota Work Comp Claim Because of a Pre-existing Condition? Laid off Boise Cascade Employees May Have Workers’ Compensation Claims What is Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI) in a Minnesota Work Comp Case? Boise Announces Layoffs at International Falls Plant Can I Get Minnesota Work Comp Benefits after a Layoff? My Minnesota Work Comp Claim Was Denied. Now What? Are Work Restrictions Important in a Minnesota Work Comp Case?
Blog: Social Security Disability Talk
Social Security Benefit Cost of Living Increase for 2015 is 1.7% New Republican Congress Begins Attacks on Social Security Disability Benefits Limited Social Security Services Available During Government Shutdown Preparing for Your Social Security Disability Hearing Northern Minnesota Social Security Disability Hearings Now Held by Video Conference Some Tips to Help You Win Your Social Security Disability Claim Myths and Facts about the Social Security Disability System Go Online to Access your Social Security Statement Looking for Social Security Definitions? A Glossary Of Social Security Terms