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Injured Workers In Wisconsin Can Fight For Their Rights
A serious workplace injury to the back, neck, brain or spinal cord can sideline you from your job for days, weeks or indefinitely, and prevent you from returning to work and providing for your family. Workplace injuries and occupational diseases that result from your job duties or environment are covered under Wisconsin workers’ compensation laws.
If this kind of sudden setback has happened to you, a loved one, relative or co-worker, the workers’ compensation injury attorneys who fight for the disability and medical benefits you deserve are at Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C., in Hudson.
Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C., has decades of experience with successfully handling a wide range of on-the-job injuries in Wisconsin, such as:
- Brain and spinal cord injuries, including traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Lifting injuries
- Repetitive motion injuries
- Broken bones
- Damage to the neck and back
- Construction worker injuries
- Factory worker injuries and occupational illnesses
- Chemical exposures
- Disfigurement and dismemberment
- Loss of vision and hearing
- Lung and organ injury
- Dismemberment or amputation and loss of limbs
We Can Shoulder Your Burden For You
If you were hurt at work, you have questions you want to be answered now. We take the time to answer those questions, explain your options to you and handle any claim you may have. Our experienced workers’ compensation attorneys advocate for your interests by dealing with your employer and its insurer, preparing for hearings and working to win the benefits you deserve
We Can Help You Find Additional Compensation
Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C., workers’ compensation lawyers aggressively advocate for the workplace injury benefits you deserve for temporary total, permanent total, permanent partial disability benefits and death benefits; vocational retraining; safety violations; and delay of payment.
One advantage of speaking with a Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C., attorney is they will identify additional sources of compensation that may be available to you. In addition to a workers’ compensation claim, you may also have a third-party claim against someone else who may have caused or contributed to your injuries or loss.
Free Consultations For Injured Workers
Our workers’ compensation lawyers can give you additional information about Wisconsin workers’ compensation law and the legal process. To discuss your particular workplace accident or workers’ comp issue in confidence with an experienced attorney, please call 715-338-3312, toll-free at 888-365-5389 or send an email.