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Milwaukee Worker’s Compensation Attorneys – Man Killed In Logging Accident

Milwaukee worker’s compensation attorneys are there to fight for appropriate compensation for anyone injured or killed because of their job, no matter what field they are employed in. On Saturday, a 36-year-old man was killed in a logging accident in southwestern Wisconsin. Milwaukee Worker’s Compensation Attorneys Explore […]

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Milwaukee Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Attorneys – Truck Explodes Killing One, Injury Another

Unfortunately, accidents while in a work environment are not uncommon, which is why Milwaukee Wisconsin worker’s compensation attorneys are here to fight for those injured. Thursday afternoon a truck explosion killed a driver and critically injured a passenger in Howard, Wisconsin.

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Milwaukee Worker’s Compensation Lawyer – Dangers In Servicing Communication Towers

With the erection of many additional communication and broadcast towers in the past 30 years, there has been a dramatic increase in communication tower construction and maintenance. With the increase, there has also been an increase in hazards associated with such work. For anyone who has suffered […]

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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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Worker’s Compensation Attorney in Milwaukee: Common Workplace Accidents

Workplace injuries are one of the most common causes of accidental injury in the United States today. Fortunately for those who are injured on the job, Wisconsin has a worker’s compensations program that provides injured employees compensation for their injuries. In our state, the program is administered […]

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Milwaukee Compensation Lawyers and IAIABC Both Work to Ensure Workers Receive Deserved Benefits

The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC) held its annual forum recently, with representatives attending from multiple states and from Canada, Germany, and Australia. The IAIABC, a national non-profit organization that works to: Promote effective worker’s compensation practices Identify ways for companies to improve […]

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Man Killed When Thousands Of Bushels Of Corn Crush Him

A 27-year-old Janesville, Wis. man was killed last Friday when tons of corn collapsed on him while he worked inside a grain bin. The man was working inside a grain bin at United Ethanol in Milton that contained 140,000 bushels of corn, according to reports. Officials said […]

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Employee Killed At UW-Madison Campus In Loading Dock Accident

A 63-year-old man was killed at the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus last week in a loading dock accident. The Prairie du Sac man was repairing a loading dock lift outside the Arts Loft building on North Frances Street last Tuesday when it collapsed on him. He was […]

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Company Faces Nearly Half A Million In Fines After Highway Worker’s Electrocution

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited a Houston-based company with 10 safety violations after a worker came in contact with overhead power lines and was killed working on I-94 near Menomonie, Wis. According to OSHA, Highway Technologies Inc. was performing guard rail and sign installation for […]

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Two Companies Cited With 10 Violations; $118K In Fines

OSHA cited Lunda Construction Inc. in Black River Falls along with Choice Construction Cos. Inc. in Menomonee Falls Thursday with 10 safety violations following a July accident where a truck driver was killed and another worker was seriously injured when a crane collapsed at a bridge construction […]

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