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Thomas A. Klint

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Workers' Compensation, Social Security -- Disability


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Tom graduated from St. Johns University in Collegeville, MN and received his law degree from the University of Minnesota. Tom has been representing injured workers for over 27 years. Tom assists clients from all over the State with the help of a very experienced and compassionate staff. Tom has been named to Super Lawyer by his peers every year since 2000 and was recently listed as a Top 40 Workers' Compensation Attorney in Minnesota.

In addition to operating a successful workers' compensation practice, Tom is President and Managing Partner of Midwest Disability. Tom is a long time member of the Workers' Compensation Committee of the Minnesota Association for Justice.

School Degree Major Graduation
University of Minnesota Law School Law School N/A
St. John's University N/A N/A N/A
State / Court Date
Minnesota 1983

Service Type:Private


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408 Northdale Boulevard NW
Suite 150
Minneapolis, MN 55448

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