when it comes to worker’s compensation, We have the experts that can back up the disability and occupational claims of the injured worker.
When injured, immediately report your on-the-job accident in writing so your employer and its insurer can’t claim you were injured elsewhere.
We’ve handled hundreds of workers’ compensation claims against most Wisconsin employers. It takes years of experience to actually know the complex rules of this law. While there is no pain and suffering awards in this legal structure, we have many awards and settlements in excess of $200,000 plus. These also include all of the past medical expenses and a guarantee of the payment of future expenses. Additionally, we have the occupational experts that can back up the disability and occupational claims of the injured worker.
In ordinary negligence cases, the victim must prove that the other party was negligent and their negligence was more than the victim’s; this is not true in workers’ compensation law. While the benefits are sometimes limited, there is no obligation for you to prove the employer’s negligence or that you were not negligent. However, the burden of proving the claim is work-related is your responsibility.
We can maximize your claim. By law, our fee is limited to 20%. Then, we receive a fee on the portion of your claim that is denied; not a fee on what the insurance company has conceded you’re entitled to.
We don’t 'work' for our clients, rather we 'serve' them and we know that they've granted us this privilege which we'll always honor through hard work and honesty.