Generally speaking, Minnesota laws provide protection to workers who are injured at work. Workers' compensation, as outline by state statute, can provide partial wage reimbursement and medical coverage for those who suffer a workplace injury or illness.
When dealing with something as sensitive as an injury that is preventing someone from working regularly, it's understandable why workers would want to receive care from a trusted provider. Unfortunately, physician choice after a workplace injury isn't necessarily a straightforward issue. So, can injured workers see their own doctors? In a single word: maybe.