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Workers' Compensation Law
Wisconsin Workers' Compensation Law Lawyers represent accident victims and/or their families in all types of work related accident cases including those with serious injuries, catastrophic injuries and death. If you have recently been involved in a work related accident and suffered an injury, or if someone close to you has been injured or killed in a work related accident, you may have the legal right to obtain compensation. Work related accidents may result in serious injuries or death. Serious injuries can permanently impact the victim's health and lifestyle. If the work related accident was caused by human error, someone's negligence, a hazard, a design flaw or a manufacturing defect, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, loss of wages and other losses. You may also have the legal right to receive benefits from your state workers' compensation program.
Workers’ compensation typically pays for medical care and provides cash benefits for workers who are injured on the job or who contract work related illnesses. It also pays benefits to families of workers who die of work related causes. Workers’ compensation pays for medical care for work-related injuries immediately; it pays temporary disability benefits after a waiting period of three to seven days; and it pays permanent partial and permanent total disability benefits to workers who have lasting consequences of disabilities caused on the job. Each state has its own workers’ compensation program and federal employees are covered under federal law.
Work related accident and serious personal injury cases are handled by lawyers and law firms with experience in Workers' Compensation Law cases and/or that focus their practice on work accident related injuries and wrongful death cases. These types of cases are usually complex and expensive. You should always consult a qualified licensed lawyer. Workers' Compensation cases are normally handled on a contingency basis. Typically there are no fees unless the lawyer obtains a settlement or award for you.
Click on a WI county or county seat Workers' Compensation Law Lawyer Directory to find a lawyer or visit the OptimusLaw Law Library Online to learn more about Workers' Compensation Law legal issues and topics. Call or email the Featured Lawyer of your choice to present your legal matter and/or schedule an initial consultation.
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