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Wisconsin workers' compensation law offers the following definition of an "injury": Any physical or mental harm that is caused because of a workplace accident or disease, which includes accidental damage to dental appliances, artificial limbs and teeth. This article will discuss in detail the types and varieties of injuries covered by the law in this respect:
Job-caused injuries and diseases are serious because they can prevent us from being able to continue doing our jobs and earning an income. If you, or a family member, are suffering from this kind of situation, help and financial assistance may be available via a successfully navigated workers' compensation claim. As such, Wisconsin residents suffering from job-related injuries and/or diseases may want to discuss their situations not only with their employers but also with a qualified workers' compensation lawyer.
Source: State of Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, "Wisconsin Worker's Compensation Guide," accessed Oct. 21, 2016