Can I Be Compensated For Traumatic Workplace Injuries

Most people injured in serious workplace accident that results in traumatic workplace injuries do not know what to do. Although the workers' compensation process was established to make sure injured workers are covered for medical bills, lost wages and rehabilitative costs, many injured workers do not receive the compensation they deserve. Without the help of an experienced workers' compensation lawyer, you risk losing out on the potential to receive full coverage for your injuries and losses.

At Gillick, Wicht, Gillick & Graf, we have been helping injured workers for more than 65 years. We handle the most complex workers' compensation matters involving serious work-related injuries and permanent disability benefits. Our home office is in Milwaukee and we travel to hold regular office hours throughout Wisconsin.

Traumatic Injuries In The Workplace

For workers' compensation purposes, any injury that results from a specific accident and renders you disabled or severely limited in your ability to perform your work-related functions can be considered traumatic. In most cases, these injuries result from catastrophic accidents.

  • Back injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Knee and shoulder replacements

These injuries often result from falls, construction accidents, falling objects, motor vehicle accidents while on the job and other serious accidents. If you have been seriously hurt in a workplace accident, seek medical attention immediately and contact a lawyer to start the workers' compensation process.

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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Contact Gillick, Wicht, Gillick & Graf

If you have suffered serious injuries at work, we will advocate for you and help obtain the benefits you need. Call us at 414-395-5813 or email us to schedule a free consultation with an experienced attorney. There is no fee unless we win your case.