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Wisconsin: A No-Fault State

Wisconsin is a no-fault injury state, meaning that no matter who caused your injury, you are entitled to receive worker’s compensation benefits. You do not have the responsibility to show who caused the accident or injury nor prove negligence. You are entitled to benefits, even if you were at fault.

However, under Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Law, you cannot sue your employer or co-worker for negligence.  Your claims are all within the Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation system.  This means that if your employer or work environment had safety violations you may be entitled to increased benefits.

At the Worker’s Compensation Law Offices of Milwaukee, S.C. we can help guide you through the process and determine the best course of action. We know what needs to be done to prepare a strong case. You need someone who specializes in Wisconsin worker’s compensation law. Contact our office today for a free case evaluation.

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Wisconsin Workers
Compensation Law Offices

P.O. Box 106
Cedarburg, WI 53012

Telephone: 262-204-8331
FAX: 262-204-8332

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