Over Three Decades Of Experience In Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Law
A serious injury or illness can disrupt your life in more ways than one. The physical pain can be difficult enough to handle, but the expensive medical bills can be devastating — especially if you are unable to return to work.
If you are suffering from an injury or illness you have sustained on the job, you may be eligible for temporary or permanent disability benefits. For over three decades, Paul M. Erspamer Law Offices, S.C., has been representing injured workers throughout the greater Milwaukee area with their work-related injury claims.
We’re Ready To Help You Through This Difficult Time
Paul M. Erspamer Law Offices, S.C., has been helping injured workers throughout Wisconsin recover benefits for their workplace injuries for more than 30 years.
Attorney Paul Erspamer Has Devoted Over 30 Years To Helping Families Like Yours
Trusted And Experienced
In Trial And Settlement
Helping You Understand Your Workers’ Compensation Case
Lost wages, a debilitating injury, a life-threatening disease — these are all serious issues that our founding lawyer Paul M. Erspamer has successfully assisted with in the past. When you work with us on your case, you can expect to receive current and comprehensive information regarding:
- Temporary disability benefits
- Permanent disability benefits
- Wisconsin’s no fault system
- Lost wages claims
The majority of our clients have suffered from work-related neck and back injuries, repetitive motion and lifting injuries, and work-related diseases. We recognize the damaging impact that your injuries and illnesses have on your life and the lives of your loved ones, and we are prepared to aggressively advocate your rights.
We will work with you to understand your individual needs and identify those benefits you may be eligible to receive. Our attorney will guide you through the often complicated claims and hearings processes while offering advice and answers to your questions regarding your medical care, financial matters and case progress.