Workplace Injury Attorneys In Rice Lake
You have always made an effort to strike a balance between working hard to provide for your family and being there for them at home. Now that you have suffered an injury on the job, you are wondering how you will continue to provide for them. How will you pay your bills? Will you be able to return to work anytime soon?
Unfortunately, the insurance company does not seem to share your sense of urgency about improving your situation. They are in no hurry to provide you with the workers’ compensation benefits you need to cover your medical bills and lost wages. To get what you deserve, it is in your best interest to seek the help of a proven, local workers’ compensation attorney.
In Rice Lake, you can turn to Nicolet Law Office, S.C., for help navigating the legal process after an injury. We believe you have enough on your plate already without having to deal with the insurance companies. We will handle every aspect of your case – making sure you get the treatment you need and maximizing your benefits and compensation – so you can focus on getting better.
Fighting For Your Future
Work injury claims are not just about the resources you need now, they are about the resources you need for the full length of time you are dealing with the effects of your injuries. Severe injuries may limit your ability to work for the rest of your life. We will settle for nothing less than what you need to cover your current medical treatment and lost wages, as well as your future needs such as continued rehabilitation or vocational training. These are not costs that you should bear alone.
We represent injured workers in Rice Lake and surrounding communities, including workers who have suffered injuries such as:
- Head injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, concussions and skull fractures
- Back and spinal cord injuries, including ruptured discs and paralysis
- Shoulder injuries
- Joint injuries, including knee injuries, ankle injuries, hip injuries and elbow injuries
- Hearing loss
- Vision loss
- Carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive stress injuries
- Mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Occupational illnesses
- Broken bones and fractures
Third-Party Personal Injury Claims
Workers’ compensation benefits may not cover the full extent of your damages. A personal injury claim against a negligent third party can provide you with financial compensation for your pain and suffering in addition to your workers’ compensation benefits. For example, a personal injury claim could be brought against a negligent driver if you were injured in a car accident on the job.
Get The Help You Need Today
We take workers’ compensation and personal injury cases on a contingency basis, which means we don’t charge a fee unless we obtain benefits and compensation for you. Call 866-663-8774 or email us to schedule your free consultation.