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In this case, the “at fault” company (an employee of this company caused a worker’s injuries on a bridge construction project) claimed that under Minnesota law they were not responsible for paying any compensation because they were working as a “common enterprise” with the injured party’s employer. They therefore claimed that the injured worker was limited only to worker’s compensation benefits. Mark Streed and other lawyers at Meshbesher & Spence took the case to the Minnesota Supreme Court, which ruled in favor of the injured worker, allowing him to pursue his claims against the “at fault” party. | MN Supreme Court CITATION: 406 N.W2.d 311