Injured on the Job?
How can Levine Law help if I have been injured on the job in Wisconsin?
Nearly any profession and any workplace can become dangerous. From heavy lifting to repetitive strain on muscles, a workplace injury can be debilitating. Our clients have worked on construction sites, in industrial settings, in warehouses, at factories and in hospitals. They have worked as delivery drivers, sales people, waiters and waitresses and in professional practices.
At the office of Levine Law, we represent injured workers claims related to injuries that occurred on the job. Serving injured workers and their families throughout southeastern Wisconsin, we handle workers’ comp claims at all stages as well as personal injury and wrongful death cases arising out of injuries that occur on the job site.
What are types of worker’s compensation claims?
Our Milwaukee workers’ comp lawyers have what it takes to effectively handle cases. No matter where you worked or how seriously you were injured, we bring the resources, knowledge, and experience necessary to achieve the best possible results.
Our workers’ comp lawyers commonly handle cases based on many different types of accidents, including the ones listed below:
- Scaffolding accidents, including falls and falling objects
- Accidents caused by heavy equipment such as backhoes, bulldozers, cranes, forklifts and tractors
- Common construction accidents such as falling objects, fires and explosions, slip-and-falls and overexertion
- Exposure to toxic mold, asbestos, pesticides or other harmful chemicals
- Mental health issues caused by work stress or traumatic incidents on the job site
- Fighting, assaults and sexual assaults on the job site
There Are Several Reasons to Work with a Personal Injury Attorney
Your attorney will serve as a kind of go-between, allowing you to focus on your health and recovery while handling communication with the other party’s insurance company. Your attorney will negotiate on your behalf and be able to inform you if you’ve received a settlement offer that you should consider.
Get the Right Help for Your Catastrophic Injury Case
Personal injury cases have a statute of limitations, which means that you only have a short time to file a lawsuit. If you have been hurt, it’s necessary to file a claim as soon as possible. Even if you keep that claim open for a year or longer, starting the claim is essential to protecting your right to recover compensation.
Catastrophic Injuries Require Professional Guidance and Care
Any time that a person suffers a legitimate injury, he or she should consider whether or not the situation warrants filing a personal injury claim. The reasoning is simple — the cost of medical care is prohibitive for just about everyone, and if a person is injured, he or she should not have to shoulder the burden of paying to recover on top of focusing on their recovery.