If you’ve been injured at work or while performing work-related duties and then denied compensation or terminated, our Worker’s Compensation lawyer can help.
- Has your employer (if self-insured) or their insurance company failed to respond to your request for medical treatment?
- Has your employer tried to claim that your injury is not work-related?
- Has your employer stopped your benefits before you are fully able to resume work duties?
- Does your employer or their insurance company dispute that you may have a permanent disability?
If you’ve experienced these or any other challenges following a work-related injury, you have the right to file for a hearing with the State of Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Division. During that important hearing, your best opportunity for success lies with having a qualified Worker’s Compensation attorney present your case and prove you are entitled to benefits.
Your employer and their insurance company are experienced in handling worker’s compensation claims, which is why you should seek expert legal advice and assistance to present your case. You can’t afford not to have competent legal representation to help you get all of the benefits you are entitled to under the Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation laws.
Call us for a free consultation to discuss the specifics of your work-related injury or illness. We can help determine if you are being fairly compensated and how best to pursue your claim.