If you, a family member or a loved one have been injured while on the job in Madison, Baraboo, or throughout Wisconsin, an experienced worker’s compensation lawyer can be of great benefit. We have been representing injured workers for more than 26 years. Worker’s compensation laws in Wisconsin can be confusing and leave you intimidated and without benefits and payment of medical expenses.
It is our experience that insurance companies comb through medical records looking for a basis to deny responsibility for payment of your benefits and medical expenses. Often times, even if there are witnesses to the incident, if there is a discrepancy in the medical records as to where, when, or how your injury occurred, they will deny benefits. If you do not have health insurance, this could leave you without the means to pay for the medical treatment that you need to get well and return to work. This could leave you and your family without financial resources to pay the mortgage, rent, food, utilities, car payments, etc. Often times, it can be months if not close to a year before you can get in to the Department of Workforce Development to have your case heard.
I have been assisting clients throughout Dane County, Sauk County and the State of Wisconsin injured in the work place. We have helped injured victims with all types of injuries from the smallest to the most complex injuries and claims. We understand the insurance industry and the worker’s compensation system. We know what is necessary for you to get the benefits you are entitled and need.
If you, a friend a loved one or a family member have been injured at work and have any questions about your worker’s compensation rights and entitlements, please contact me for a no cost no obligation initial consultation. These cases are taken on a percentage basis so there are no fees unless a recovery, so there is little if any financial risk for you to seek the services of attorney with the knowledge and experience necessary to assist you or your loved one with your worker’s compensation claim.
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