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How Violating Medical Work Restrictions Can Jeopardize Your Workers’ Comp

So, you were injured on the job. You may be able to go back to work if you have a light-duty assignment and medical work restrictions. But, what should you do if your employer violates your work restrictions? A...

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Workers’ Comp Delay Tactics Used By Insurance Adjusters

Are you injured on the job? You may need to file a Wisconsin workers’ compensation claim with your employer’s insurance company. Insurance adjusters serve their employer’s interests. Your needs and concer...

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What Are The Most Common Injuries In Workers’ Comp Cases?

Workplace injuries can happen to anyone in any industry. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports 2.9 million nonfatal on-the-job illnesses and injuries in 2016 alone. If you are injured in a workplace, ...

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Things That Can Destroy Your Workers’ Comp Case

Wisconsin adopted the Workmen’s Compensation Act in 1911. The law’s purpose was to mandate employers to pay employees for job-related injuries. Today, however, it is estimated that at least 25% of workers...

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Supreme Court Denies Reimbursement For Medical Marijuana in Workers’ Comp Cases

Earlier this summer, the U.S. The Supreme Court denied petitions brought by injured Minnesota workers whose intent was to be reimbursed by workers’ compensation for medical marijuana, according to the Nationa...

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What Occupations Have the Most Workers’ Compensation Claims?

Injured workers deserve compensation, in fact, they are entitled to it. Your employer pays a monthly premium for workers’ compensation insurance with funds that you and your coworkers helped your employer acc...

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Why You Should Never Settle a Workers’ Comp Settlement Without a Lawyer

On top of medical bills, as a recently injured worker, you have a mortgage or rent payment due, groceries to buy, and an endless source of other expenses that cannot wait for a long legal battle. As such, it ma...

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Things You Can Do to Help Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

Employers, through their workers' compensation insurance carriers, have a legal obligation to pay for your medical bills and part of your lost wages if you got hurt on the job. But that does not mean they will....

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What Do I Do When Workers’ Compensation Ends and I’m Still Disabled?

Accidents at work can result in devastating, lasting injuries for workers. While workers’ compensation is meant to help cover the costs of a workplace injury, in many cases workers’ compensation ends and th...

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Are All Employers Required to Carry Workers’ Comp Insurance?

Workers’ comp insurance provides protection for employees who are hurt on the job and for employers who avoid litigation in court. However, it surprises many to learn that not all employers in Wisconsin are r...

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