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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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Is There a Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Settlement Chart?

After an accident on the job, injured workers face a number of difficult challenges. Physical recovery, as well as financial burdens, can all weigh on an injured employee, and questions about compensation are c...

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What is the Average Payout for Workers’ Compensation in Wisconsin?

Being injured on the job can be a traumatic, painful, and stressful experience. Bills and other expenses can pile up quickly after a workplace injury, and one of the most common questions asked by victims injur...

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Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Settlement Formula

The Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Act covers the expenses of employees who are injured or disabled while on the job. The purpose of workers’ compensation is to alleviate the necessity of a lawsuit by cove...

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What Does Workers’ Compensation Not Cover?

The purpose of workers’ compensation is to cover the expenses of employees who are hurt in the course and scope of employment in exchange for a worker giving up their right to sue their employer for the harm ...

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Does Workers’ Compensation Cover COVID?

COVID-19 has claimed the lives of at least 883,000 American lives at the time of this writing, according to the New York Times. Some studies suggest that the death toll from COVID is, in fact, even higher, at a...

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Never Post on Social Media After an On the Job Injury

Social media makes it a lot easier for people to stay connected. The Pew Research Center reports that 7 in 10 Americans use social media on a regular basis. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and many other social m...

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Can I Receive Workers’ Compensation For A Chronic Illness?

A chronic illness is defined as a disease or medical condition that lasts a long time, will not go away on its own, and can result in serious disability/impairment. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services d...

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Why It Pays to Hire An Attorney For Your Worker’s Compensation Claim

A work injury can disrupt your life in many ways but worker's compensation can help. Through worker's compensation in Wisconsin, you can get coverage for your medical bills, financial support for lost wages, an...

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