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Roraff Fees Under The Minnesota Workers Compensation Act

This video explains what Roraff Fees are under the Minnesota Workers Compensation Act. It identifies Roraff Fees as the fees earned by an attorney for successfully representing an injured worker in a dispute about a medical procedure. Unlike monetary awards, an attorney cannot "take a percentage" of a medical procedure. The video discusses some of the factors a work comp judge will consider in determining how much the employer/work comp insurance carrier should pay your lawyer to adequately compensate him or her for their successful representation.

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