Waukesha Worker's Compensation Attorney

Workers compensation Documentation

The workplace is supposed to be a place of productivity and professional growth, but that isn't always the case. Workers around the country all face the unpleasant possibility of sustaining a work-related injury. When one is injured, the injury carries the potential of causing significant physical and financial damage, as you may be forced to spend an extended period away from work while you recover. In the worst of cases, employees who sustained injuries were incapable of returning to work due to the severity of their injuries, leaving them with few financial resources.

When you get injured at work, you may assume that your company will pay your medical bills and you will eventually be able to return to your job. That can only happen if your worker's compensation claim gets approved. There are many instances of companies denying claims to avoid responsibility. If this happens to you, exercise your right to legal representation by acquiring a Waukesha worker's compensation attorney.

Workplace Accidents & Injuries

The injured worker is protected by state law, whether the injury is physical or the result of an illness or virus. Wisconsin worker's compensation laws allow American employees of the private or public sector to make a claim for compensation. Many Waukesha citizens are unaware that they have access to worker's compensation benefits and fail to file a claim for their work-related injury.

You will likely require medical attention and time off after sustaining an injury at work. While you are recovering, you will still need to provide for your daily cost of living as you incur unanticipated medical bills. Worker's compensation laws are in place to provide you with the financial support you need during this troubling time. There is also coverage available for partial and total disability for temporary and permanent injuries in the form of disability payments.

Hazardous conditions in the workplace often result in serious injuries such as:

  • Repetitive motion injuries

  • Auto accident injuries

  • Musculoskeletal injuries

  • Slips, trips, and falls

As an injured worker, you may have more questions than answers regarding your claim. You may be unaware of how to prepare and document your claim, whether your workplace will accept your claim, and what compensation you may ultimately obtain. A quality Waukesha worker's compensation attorney can provide you with the legal guidance and representation you need.

Gillick, Wicht, Gillick & Graf have represented the injured worker since 1948 and will fight to ensure adequate compensation for your work-related injuries. We have over 65 years of experience and have also recovered Social Security Disability Insurance for various injuries and disabilities. During this difficult time, you should not have to worry about your ability to pay for the damages incurred by an accident that was not your fault. Contact us today at (414) 395-5813 to speak with an experienced Waukesha worker's compensation attorney. You don't pay us anything 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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