Fox Valley Worker’s Compensation Attorneys
Millions of workplace related injuries and illnesses stand in the way of workers’ ability to perform their duties and lead a high quality of life. What many workers may not realize is that oftentimes they are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits for injuries incurred on the job. If you have sustained an injury or illness on duty in the Fox Valley, you may benefit from the counsel of an experienced workers’ compensation attorney to help you navigate your options during what is understandably a distressing time. Knowledgeable and compassionate lawyers at the law firm of Gillick, Wicht, Gillick & Graf can help you receive a valuable settlement to cover your medical bills, lost wages, and permanent partial disability.
Injuries happen at all times of the day in all kinds of work environments. On average, 3 million nonfatal injuries and illnesses are reported each year. In the Fox Valley, Wisconsin, both private and public-sector employers are required to compensate employees who have been injured in their place of work. Most workers in the Fox Valley are entitled to compensation, but many do not realize it. If you are currently suffering an injury that took place on-the-job, working with a Fox Valley workers’ compensation lawyer can help you receive what you are entitled to by law.
Many different injuries are covered by workers’ compensation benefits. The benefits you could receive may include temporary total disability, permanent partial disability, physical therapy, medical tests, prescription medications, doctor’s visits and hospitalization depending on your condition.
For over 65 years, the lawyers at Gillick, Wicht, Gillick & Graf have protected workers’ rights in Fox Valley and throughout the state of Wisconsin. We proudly represent injured workers and have been “the injured workers’ law firm” since 1948. Let us help you receive the compensation you deserve. You do not pay any legal fees until we collect for you. Call 414-257-2667 or contact us to get started.
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: