Assisting Workers Suffering From Repetitive Motion And Lifting Injuries

Workplace injuries can happen several different ways. You could fall from a ladder and sustain a neck or back injury. Or you could spend years lifting and straining your back carrying boxes and other materials and come to realize that you have felt pain and tension in your back for the last month.

For more than three decades, attorney Paul M. Erspamer has been aggressively representing employees who have been injured at work. We recognize that not every workplace injury is sustained in a single, isolated accident. If you have been injured at work, you are qualified to receive benefits that can help you recover or manage your debilitating injury.

Committed To Pursuing Your Claim

Under Wisconsin's no-fault system for workers' compensation, it doesn't matter who caused an accident at work — if you were hurt, you are qualified to receive financial compensation and benefits for your medical bills and treatment associated with your injury.

Often, individuals assume that because their medical damage has happened over the course of months or years and not through a one-time accident, they may not be eligible for workers' compensation. This is simply not true.

We have helped employees in the greater Milwaukee area and throughout Wisconsin working in several different types of industries receive the benefits they were entitled to and needed. Some of those habitual injuries included:

  • Worn out rotator cuff
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Carpal tunnel
  • Knee injuries
  • Other upper body problems

Our goal is to work with you and your employer's insurance company — or your insurance company if you are self-employed — to ensure that you receive temporary disability benefits or permanent disability benefits.

If you believe you have suffered an occupational repetitive motion injury, we urge you to visit a doctor. The more medical support you have of your injury and the way you sustained it, the better defense we can provide you in your workers' compensation case.

We will fight for your rights and do what is best for you in order to help you recover or cope with your injury. If a favorable settlement regarding your workers' compensation claim is not possible through negotiation, we will assertively advocate your rights in front of a judge.

Contact Paul M. Erspamer Law Offices, S.C., Today

We invite you to contact our office today by calling 414-727-7003 or sending us an email to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced lawyer regarding your workers' compensation claim. We are located in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. If we take on your case, we only charge fees when we obtain compensation for you.