- Herniated or bulging discs
- Low back and other spine injuries
- Neck injuries
- Knee injuries
- Shoulder injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Lung disease
- Occupational exposure injuries
- Repetitive use injuries
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Eye and ear injuries
- Bone and vertebrae injuries
- Heart attacks or aneurysms aggravated by work-related exertion
If you were injured at work, you are entitled to receive workers compensation benefits, including the payment of related medical expenses, temporary disability payments while you heal from your injury and disability benefits for any permanent disability you sustained. Under certain circumstances, you may be entitled to benefits for your loss of earning capacity if you are unable to return to your former job and/or to vocational retraining benefits. You may also be entitled to additional compensation from your employer if they terminate you after a work injury.
Whether you have just been injured or you were injured weeks, month or years ago, you should contact an attorney as soon as possible to discuss your claim and legal rights. The workers compensation laws and procedures are very complex in Wisconsin, and you need the advice of an attorney who is experienced in this field. We will not charge you any upfront costs or fees; rather, we only receive attorney fees and reimbursement for our costs if you recover workers compensation benefits.
We represent workers who are injured in all fields of employment, including truck drivers, health care workers, manufacturing and factory workers, union employees and others. Workers compensation injuries include, but are not limited to: