Wisconsin Workers Compensation
If you have been injured while performing your job, you are entitled to receive workers compensation benefits. Employers pay for workers compensation insurance to compensate injured employees for medical expenses, lost wages, temporary or permanent disabilities as well as to compensate the heirs of workers who suffer a fatal workplace accident.
For more than 30 years, the workers compensation attorneys of Halling & Cayo, S.C. have represented seriously-injured workers in disputed claims for workers compensation benefits. We are dedicated to the fair and just administration of Wisconsin’s workers compensation laws.
If you have been seriously injured at work and need assistance obtaining the workers compensation benefits you deserve, please contact a Wisconsin workers comp lawyer at Halling & Cayo. You will pay no up-front fees and it will cost you nothing to learn if we can be of service to you.
Coverage for Injuries and Occupational Illnesses
Workers compensation provides benefits for work-related injuries and occupational illnesses. Your work does not have to be the sole cause of your condition. You are also entitled to receive benefits if your work contributed to, aggravated, or accelerated an existing condition. This also applies if your employer discontinued your benefits before your doctor released you from treatment and you suffered loss of income because of it.
In addition to representing injured workers, our workers compensation attorneys represent businesses and insurance companies in workers compensation claim disputes. We are a full-service firm dedicated to helping with workers compensation needs throughout Wisconsin. Contact us today for your no-risk consultation.