Whether you are an employee who has been injured at work or if you are an employer who is dealing with a worker’s compensation claim, we have qualified attorneys to represent you regardless of your situation.
If you have been injured at work and have been denied your Worker’s Compensation benefits do not give up. You do not have to accept the insurance company’s denial. Give us a call so we can direct you to an attorney well versed in Worker’s Compensation law. Work injuries include not only traumatic injuries, but those that develop over time due to workplace exposure, such as lung conditions and hearing loss. Did you know that the Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Act can provide for benefits even if the injury is your fault? Attempting to deal with your injuries alone is a difficult task when you have lost your income and your medical bills are piling up. Let us help refer you to a qualified attorney who will fight for your rights.
The Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Act is the exclusive remedy employees have against their employers for their work injuries. If you are an employer, you need to know in advance whether you fall under the definition of an employer under the Worker's Compensation Act and whether you have employees who can file claims against you. For example, you may think you have independent contractors, but legally they may be employees who can file a claim against you if injured. Our lawyers can help. If you are self-insured and one of your injured employees has filed a claim against you, or if you are facing employer specific issues such as unreasonable refusal to rehire and safety violation claims, give us a call to find an attorney well versed in all aspects of Worker’s Compensation defense.