Workers' Compensation Attorney in Milwaukee

250 East Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 33
Milwaukee, WI 53202
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Workers' Compensation Attorney in Milwaukee

Everything can feel overwhelming when filing a workers’ compensation claim. Strict deadlines aside, you’ll have to deal with complex laws, insurance companies that only care about protecting their own interests, mounting bills, and more. That’s too much to take, especially while nursing your injuries sustained on the job.

It’s even more challenging when your claim gets denied. Maybe you didn’t fill out the correct paperwork, or you didn’t follow the right process. Or, just maybe, the insurance company is simply acting out of bad faith.

Whatever the reason, you shouldn’t travel this path alone. You always have the option to involve a Milwaukee workers’ compensation lawyer from Morgan and Morgan, America’s largest injury firm. That way, you can rest easy knowing your claim is in good hands. Insurance companies also will know that you’re serious about recovering the full benefits you are entitled to, nothing less. 

If that’s what you need, please go ahead and fill out our free case evaluation form.

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  • What Makes a Workers’ Compensation Claim In Milwaukee Valid?

     A valid workers' compensation claim must demonstrate that: 

    • the injury occurred while performing work-related duties;
    • the injury was reported to the employer within the specified timeframe (30 days from the injury date); and
    • medical treatment and expenses are well-documented.
  • Does Workers’ Comp Insurance Cover Every Injury Sustained in the Workplace?

    Not really. This insurance won’t cover intentional self-inflicted injuries, injuries resulting from drug or alcohol use, or those occurring during breaks unrelated to work activities.

  • How Do I Know the Insurance Company Is Acting Out of Bad Faith?

    Some of the most common signs of bad faith by the insurance company responsible for compensating you after a workplace injury include: 

    • Unjustified delays in processing your claim
    • Unreasonable denial of benefits without proper investigation
    • Failure to communicate or respond to inquiries
    • Offering a settlement significantly below what is reasonable

    Tell us about your case if you believe that the insurance company is acting out of bad faith. We might be able to hold them accountable.

  • What Evidence Do I Need To Prove My Claim?

    The evidence required to substantiate your claim might vary depending on the specifics of your case. However, from our experience handling these cases, you will likely need the following evidence: 

    • Medical records and reports
    • Witness statements 
    • Accident reports filed with your employer
    • Photographs of the injury or accident scene
    • Any relevant communication with your employer or the insurance company
  • What if the Injury Happened While I Was Driving a Company Vehicle?

    If you were driving the company vehicle for work-related purposes, you’ll likely be eligible for workers' compensation. However, if you were driving it for any other reason that’s not related to your employment, the insurance company will likely deny your claim.

  • You Deserve Maximum Compensation; Don’t Settle for Less

    Settling for less than you deserve shouldn’t be an option when you have a Milwaukee workers’ compensation lawyer from Morgan and Morgan on the forefront fighting for you. That’s because insurance companies know who we are and that we’re always ready to defend our client’s rights in court if pushed in that direction. Contact us today for a free case review.

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