West Allis Worker’s Compensation Lawyer

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Wisconsin workers can sustain an injury whenever they are at work. A majority of work-related injuries are physical, but there also instances when employees contract an illness from toxic exposure. Such ailments can have serious repercussions and require extensive medical attention. In the most severe cases, injured workers are unable to return to work due to their injuries and are left with minimal financial resources.

Sustaining an injury at work can be worrisome, but you may be comforted by thinking that your employer will accurately compensate you. This is not always the case. Companies often deny injured employees their worker's compensation benefits. A common claim is that the injuries were pre-existing and did not come as a result of work duties. If you are denied worker's compensation after suffering a work-related injury, it is vital that you seek legal representation from a West Allis worker's compensation attorney.

Workplace Accidents & Injuries

State laws cover acquired illnesses and physical injuries alike. Such laws allow employees of the private and public sector who may work full or part time to obtain compensation. Many West Allis workers are ill-informed about worker's compensation benefits and don't even attempt to file a claim. Failing to do so leaves the injured worker fully responsible for paying for treatment and requesting time off to treat the injury, which may not be granted.

The most harrowing of injuries are those that require extensive treatment. Not only can treatment be costly but recovery may require days -- even weeks -- away from work. Worker's compensation laws are in place to provide you with financial support during this painful time. There is also coverage available for partial and total disability for temporary and permanent injuries in the form of disability payments.

Workplace injuries commonly come in the form of:

  • Auto accident injuries

  • Acquired illnesses

  • Musculoskeletal injuries

  • Repetitive motion injuries

  • Traumatic brain injuries

You may have questions regarding eligibility and how to go about filing a worker's compensation claim. A West Allis worker's compensation attorney can answer all of your questions and pursue legal action on your behalf.


The experienced worker's compensation attorneys at Gillick, Wicht, Gillick & Graf can help you recover the compensation you are entitled to by law. You need a team of attorneys who will aggressively seek maximum compensation for your work-related injuries. We have represented injured Wisconsin workers for over 65 years and have also recovered Social Security Insurance for various disabilities and injuries. Contact us today at (414) 395-5813 to speak with an experienced West Allis worker's compensation attorney.

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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