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Milwaukee Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Lawyer – Mental Injury WC Claims

Since mental injuries can be quite complicated, it is important to work with an experienced Milwaukee Wisconsin worker’s compensation lawyer who is well versed in mental injury claims in Wisconsin. This way, you can be sure you are giving yourself the best chance possible at a successful […]

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Milwaukee Worker’s Compensation Attorneys – Mental Injuries

Wisconsin is one of the few states that acknowledge mental injuries – both traumatic and non-traumatic – and provides worker’s compensation for those who have suffered such an injury. Your Milwaukee worker’s compensation attorneys understand how work-related mental injuries may affect you both now, and in the […]

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Understanding What Benefits You Deserve – Compensation Attorney Milwaukee

It is important to understand what benefits you are entitled to if you suffer an injury, by discussing your situation with a compensation attorney in Milwaukee. Wisconsin law sets parameters for what all companies must provide to employees who suffer injuries. It is crucial to understand what […]

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Milwaukee Worker’s Compensation Lawyer: Not All Injuries are Covered

If you are injured on the job, you will likely face expensive medical bills and may lose time at work.  Workplace injuries should not affect your family’s financial situation, which is why worker’s compensation benefits are available to compensate you for your injuries and help support your […]

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Milwaukee Compensation Lawyer: Who is Covered by Worker’s Compensation?

Wisconsin’s worker’s compensation program is designed to compensate employees when they are injured on the job in lieu of a lawsuit. The law designed to cover loss of wages, medical treatment, certain disability payments, and payments for vocational rehabilitation training. Before worker’s compensation, the only way an […]

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CT State Lawmaker Fights To Expand Workers’ Comp Laws In Wake Of School Shooting

A Connecticut state lawmaker is raising some interesting concerns about what is and isn’t covered in workers’ compensation benefits packages for first responders in the wake of a horrific elementary school shooting in Newtown, CT that took the lives of 20 first graders and six staffers. Rep. […]

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