These charts provide a history of the maximum annual benefit adjustments from Oct. 1, 1976, to the present and acts as a reference to determine when each adjustment is due. The statutory caps on the adjustments are also noted. Choose the spreadsheet that is applicable for the date of injury (Excel files).
This features a history of the compensation rates and statewide average weekly wage (SAWW) from the 1970s to the present.
This chart provides a history of the maximum, minimum and supplementary benefit rates since the mid-1970s.
This chart contains workers' compensation contact phone numbers organized by subject. Use it to find the specific contact phone number or call the workers' compensation hotline:
St. Paul location: (651) 284-5005; toll-free 1-800-342-5354; TDD (651) 297-4198
Duluth location: (218) 733-7810; toll-free 1-800-342-5354
This section provides a general overview of some of the statutes and rules governing medical benefits.
These charts provide a multiplier to use when applying multiple annual adjustments to the compensation rate. Choose the spreadsheet that is applicable for the date of injury (Excel files).
During the 2000 legislative session, Minnesota law (Minnesota Statutes 176.101, sub 2b) was amended to permit the lump-sum payment of permanent partial disability (PPD) awards at the request of the claimant.
This section provides a general overview of some of the statutes and rules governing rehabilitation benefits.
The Minnesota Legislature established penalties as a consequence for behavior that violates workers' compensation laws.