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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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How Long Does It Take To Get Workers’ Compensation After A Work Injury?

Every year, tens of thousands of people are injured on the job in Wisconsin. If your work injury required professional medical attention or you were forced to miss several days on the job, you may apply for wor...

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Independent Contractors And Workers’ Compensation In Wisconsin

In Wisconsin, businesses and organizations are legally required to provide virtually all employees with no-fault workers’ compensation benefits. In recent years, more and more companies have been relying on t...

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Wisconsin Injury Workers’ Compensation Claims: What You Need to Know

Employees are the backbone of our economy. Every worker in Wisconsin is entitled to safe and fair conditions on the job. Unfortunately, work injuries still occur far too frequently — with tens of thousands of...

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Will Workers’ Compensation Cover a Slip and Fall in a Parking Lot at Work?

Slip and fall accidents are among the leading causes of serious injuries in the United States. The National Floor Safety Institute reports that more than 1.1 million people seek emergency medical treatment for ...

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What to Look for When Hiring a Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Was your workers' compensation claim denied? Are you having trouble navigating the process or accessing the full and fair benefits that you deserve? If so, it is time to get a strong, skilled Wisconsin workers'...

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What Happens to My Job While I’m on Workers’ Compensation?

The overwhelming majority of employees in Wisconsin are covered under the state’s no-fault workers’ compensation insurance system. If you get hurt on the job, workers’ comp benefits will cover your medi...

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Understanding Repetitive Stress Injuries: Your Guide to Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Claims

A repetitive stress injury (RSI) is an injury that develops gradually due to overuse or repeated trauma. Unfortunately, repetitive stress injuries are a serious problem in American workplaces. The Occupational ...

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Reasons for Denial Of Workers’ Compensation Claims

Worker's Compensation Claims Work injuries are stressful. You need financial compensation to pay your bills and support the people you care about. Unfortunately, in some cases, workers’ comp claims are denie...

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Mistakes People Make After an On-The-Job Injury

Workplace accidents remain far too common in our region. Each year, thousands of people in Wisconsin are forced to miss time on the job because of a serious incident. Workers’ comp insurance offers some much-...

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