Recovering from a serious injury or illness is a difficult process that is exponentially more difficult if the injury prevents you from going to work and paying off your debts, supporting your family, and leading a fulfilling quality of life. If you have been injured in your place of work while on duty, you could be entitled to worker's compensation benefits in Wisconsin Rapids.
Federal and state laws require nearly all workers in Wisconsin to carry insurance to cover such losses as medical bills, lost wages, and permanent partial disability yet many employees are unaware that these benefits are available to them. One such law is the Worker's Compensation Act which protects both part time and full time employees who become injured. Both private and public sector employers are subject to these laws, and as such carry these types of benefits for their employees. If you are currently recovering from an injury, or have had your claim denied, an experienced and compassionate worker's compensation lawyer can negotiate or appeal a claim on your behalf while protecting your interests each step of the way.
There are many types of injuries for which workers in Wisconsin are entitled to compensation by their employers. Injuries that cause both physical and mental harm may be covered, including injuries such as bruises, burns, and fractures. If you contracted an occupational disease like dermatitis, infection, tuberculosis, pneumonia, lead poisoning, or a respiratory disease, you may also be eligible to receive worker's compensation benefits. To find out if your particular injury is covered, speak with a knowledgeable worker's comp attorney in Wisconsin Rapids.
Depending on the severity of your injury you may be entitled to benefits that cover all your damages. Key benefits may include temporary total disability, permanent partial disability, physical therapy, medical tests, prescription medications doctor's visits, and hospitalization.
Attorneys at Gillick, Wicht, Gillick & Graf are ready to speak with you about your case. We have defended the rights of injured workers in Wisconsin Rapids for over 65 years. We are proud to represent Wisconsin's injured workforce and have been "the injured worker's law firm" since 1948. When you seek legal representation from us, you do not pay any legal fees until we win you a rewarding settlement. Call (414) 395-5813 to start the process today.
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:Read More