Wisconsin Workers Compensation Question

Wisconsin Workers Compensation Lawyers Discuss Common Questions That Follow Workplace Injuries

by Keith Adkins | January 16th, 2014

Employees of businesses in Wisconsin face many on-the-job hazards each day that may cause injuries. When work accidents happen, a majority of these individuals are covered by workers’ compensation benefits. But for many, the process of applying for benefits raises numerous questions. The Appleton Workers’ Compensation Lawyers with Sigman, Janssen, Stack, Sewall & Pitz can help answer a few of the most common concerns.

One of the first questions many employees ask is if they are covered by workers compensation insurance in the event of accidents. The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development explains that 98 percent of employees in Wisconsin are, in fact, covered by workers’ compensation policies. Furthermore, these policies should cover any mental or physical conditions  related to on-the-job accidents or injuries.

The next question many injured workers are concerned about is the process for applying for benefits. An employer will contact the insurer to file a claim. However, the law firm’s team of Appleton Personal Injury Lawyers would urge an injured worker to discuss their case with an attorney before speaking to insurers.

The firm explains that speaking with an attorney can help protect a victim’s legal rights to compensation after a work-related injury.

 

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