Appleton Worker's Compensation Attorney

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Unfortunately, workplace injuries are more common than many may think. They have the potential to require extensive medical care, keeping you out of work while everyday expenses must still be paid.

Businesses have a history of denying worker's compensation claims to avoid compensating the injured worker. This situation serves as grounds to seek the legal counsel of an experienced worker's compensation attorney. An Appleton worker's compensation attorney from Gillick, Wicht, Gillick & Graf can provide you with the representation you need to retrieve the compensation you deserve.

Workplace Accidents and Injuries

State worker's compensation laws protect workers who are injured or contract an illness on the job. These laws ensure that you receive benefits for injuries sustained on the job. This coverage is available to a vast majority of Wisconsin workers who work across several industries.

Injured workers may receive compensation for physical ailments such as carpal tunnel syndrome, or more serious injuries like traumatic brain injuries. The only thing that must be true is that the injuries arise from the work. Coverage is also available for partial and total disability for temporary and permanent injuries in the form of disability payments.

Worker's compensation law protects over 98% of Appleton workers. Toxic exposure, falling objects, and equipment malfunctions have all led to successful worker's compensation claims. These occurrences have resulted in:

  • Head injuries

  • Contaminations

  • Neck injuries

  • Allergic reactions

  • Broken bones

You should not be left responsible for the financial burden that comes as a result of obtaining a work-related injury or have to worry if you can return to work. The Worker's Compensation Act covers individuals in the public and private sector who may work full or part time.

An Appleton worker's compensation attorney from Gillick, Wicht, Gillick & Graf will fight to recover the compensation you need. As the injured worker's attorneys, we have represented injured Wisconsin workers for over 65 years and have recovered Social Security Insurance for various disabilities and injuries. Contact us today at (414) 395-5813 for a free case evaluation. You don't pay us a dime until we win your case.

Frequent Questions

You have a claim if you suffered a loss because of a job-related injury. This means that, to get worker's compensation, you have to show three things:

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