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Is a Fall in a Parking Lot a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

The purpose of the Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Act is to provide benefits to employees who are injured by accidents that arise out of and in the course of their employment. However, questions often arise ...

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What Are Wisconsin Workers’ Comp Settlement Body Part Prices?

Were you injured on the job in Wisconsin recently? Then, you could be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits, and a common question is, ‘How much is my case worth?’ The answer to this question lies...

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Is Physical Exercise Allowed While On Workers’ Comp?

Suppose you are hurt at work and are on Wisconsin workers’ compensation. Can you engage in physical exercise or go to the gym while receiving benefits? The answer depends on several factors that are outlined ...

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How Much Does Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Permanent Partial Disability Pay?

It is only natural that the first question in your mind if you are injured on the job is, how much will worker’s compensation pay me for this? In most cases, the answer usually is pretty straightforward. You ...

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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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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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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 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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Which Profession has the Highest Workers’ Compensation Claims?

Accidents and injuries can happen on the job in any profession, but some professions are inherently more dangerous than others. Research has identified the industries and professions that have the highest level...

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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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