Work-Related Injury Compensation Lawyers Milwaukee, WI

Work-Related Injury Compensation Lawyers  Milwaukee, WI

If you have been hurt or have become ill while on the job, it’s important to speak – as quickly as you can – with work-related injury compensation lawyers Milwaukee, WI workers trust. Depending on the nature of your employment and the circumstances surrounding your injuries, you may be entitled to significant compensation at this time. Speaking with our firm’s experienced Milwaukee workers’ compensation lawyers will help to ensure that you make informed, timely decisions about your legal options. If you don’t act quickly, you may be barred from seeking any compensation to which you may be entitled.

Legal Options Available if You’ve Sustained Work-Related Injuries

Most of the time, there are two primarily legal “paths” available to workers who have been injured on the job. The first is collecting workers’ compensation benefits. Workers’ compensation benefits are generally available to individuals who are either classified as part-time or full-time workers. There are some exceptions to this rule, however, as very small companies and certain specialty industries – like the railroad – are exempt from ordinary coverage requirements. If you are eligible to receive workers’ comp benefits, you should be able to file for them successfully, provided that you were engaged in work-related activities when you suffered harm. This is true regardless of whether you’re filing for a repetitive trauma injury, work-related aggravation of a preexisting condition, occupational illness, or acute injury. However, your claim will be rejected if you were drunk or high when you got hurt, hurt yourself on purpose, or were injured after you started a fight. Note that working with an experienced attorney can help to ensure that your claim is paid out fairly and without delay.

If you are ineligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits, you may be able to hold third parties responsible for their direct contributions to the cause of your injuries. By filing a personal injury claim, you can seek damages from those whose negligent, reckless, or intentionally dangerous conduct significantly contributed to the cause of your harm. If you’re eligible for workers’ compensation benefits, you can only file a personal injury case related to your situation if you’re hoping to sue a third party other than your employer.

Legal Assistance Is Available

Even if you’re unsure of whether you’re eligible to file for workers’ compensation benefits, the experienced Wisconsin legal team at Hickey & Turim SC can help you to sort out your legal and financial options in the wake of sustaining work-related harm. Once you attend a risk-free consultation with our knowledgeable attorneys, we’ll be able to clarify your options and provide you with personalized guidance concerning your legal situation. When you’ve made whatever informed decisions are best for you and your family at this time, our team will provide you with whatever support you require in order to secure the maximum amount of compensation to which you’re entitled. If you haven’t yet scheduled a consultation with our Milwaukee, WI work-related injury compensation lawyers, please do so now; we look forward to speaking with you. Call our firm, Hickey & Turim, today.