Sigman Janssen Legal Blog

Changes in Worker’s Compensation Law

March 28, 2017

In March 2016 there were several very significant changes in the Wisconsin’s Worker’s Compensation law. Two of the changes that were particularly significant were the changes to the Statue of Limitations and changes on how permanent partial disability is assessed. In simple terms, the Status of Limitations means the time with which an injured worker […] Read more »

How Long Do I Have To Make My Work Injury Claim

May 05, 2016

There has been recent changes in Wisconsin’s workers compensation laws. A worker now has 6 years from the date of a traumatic injury to make a claim for compensation. For injuries occurring before March 2, 2016, the old time limit of 12 years applies. This time limit is what is referred to as the statute […] Read more »

Health Insurance Payments In Workers Compensation Claims

May 03, 2016

Often a health insurance company will make payments towards your medical bills that you believe should be the responsibility of the workers compensation insurance company. This usually happens when you get medical treatment after the work comp insurance denies your claim. It is fine to have your bills processed through your group health insurance while […] Read more »

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August 18, 2015

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Hard Work Brings Home Successful Collection Action

April 30, 2015

Attorney Chris Evenson won a judgment for a client who had loaned a family member a significant sum of money for the purchase of a home. The victory cam after a trial to the court and fully vindicated the client’s right to reimbursement for the money loaned. While there was no promissory note or other written […] Read more »

Sigman Janssen Takes on Wisconsin Recreational Immunity Overreach

March 30, 2015

The Wisconsin Recreational Immunity statute was enacted to encourage landowners to open their lands to the public to permit recreational activities.  Since it’s enactment a series of Court of Appeals and Supreme Court decisions have widened it’s scope. The first push was to expand it’s application to landowners regardless of whether they opened their land […] Read more »

How Do Our Attorneys Assist Clients With Their Divorce Cases?

May 16, 2014

One of our Family Law Attorneys will begin by sitting down with you to gather information about your particular situation.  The attorney will then explain how the law will impact you and your family and review your best.  We will gather the appropriate information needed to draft and file the appropriate paperwork.  Once your matter […] Read more »

Another Strong Endorsement For Our Team

May 15, 2014

We are pleased to publish this recent client comment about our Family Law team: Attorney Katie Canadeo’s ability to clearly communicate the divorce process is astounding.  On top of that, Katie and her legal assistant, Mary Jo, worked seamlessly to keep everything in my case in order and double checked with certainty.  Katie is extremely […] Read more »

3 Reasons Hiring An Estate Planning Lawyer May Be A Good Idea

April 03, 2014

If you’re thinking about planning a secure financial future for their family and loved ones, an Estate Planning Lawyer can help protect your legal rights. Some of the most common concerns often overlooked in financial plans include: Ensuring Money Left To Loved Ones Stays With Them- The Wall Street Journal recently told the story of […] Read more »
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