Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
Were you injured on the job? Are you wondering who is responsible for your medical bills? Do you have questions about the workers’ compensation process in Wisconsin?
If you have been injured at work, it is important to get legal guidance from with an attorney who understands Wisconsin’s complex workers’ compensation laws. Attorney David Erspamer has more than 30 years of experience in helping the injured, and he can explain your rights and legal options in a clear and easy-to-understand way.
From our office in Amery, we represent clients throughout the Wisconsin Indian Head area and beyond. Many out-of-town clients choose our office over less-experienced local firms. We maintain a solid reputation for getting results, having obtained millions of dollars in compensation on behalf of injured workers.
Exploring Your Options For Compensation
Wisconsin awards both partial disability and total disability benefits through workers’ comp. The state also awards permanent partial disability, which includes both scheduled and unscheduled injuries. Scheduled injuries usually include injuries to the arm, leg, foot or limb, while unscheduled injuries generally include injuries to the torso, head or neck.
Our law firm can evaluate your case and help you explore all of your options for seeking compensation. In addition to workers’ compensation benefits and disability benefits, you may be able to file a third-party liability claim. If a party other than your employer (such as a negligent coworker or the manufacturer of a defective tool or machine) caused your injury, you may be eligible for additional compensation.
Contact A Wisconsin Workers’ Comp Lawyer
For workers’ comp representation in Polk County, St. Croix County, Washburn County, Barron County, Eau Claire County, Dunn County, Pierce County, Sawyer County or any other county in Wisconsin, contact us online or call us at 715-268-2550 to schedule a free initial consultation.