Milwaukee No-Fault Workers' Comp Attorney

If you were hurt on the job, you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Under Wisconsin's no-fault laws, it doesn't matter who or what caused the accident that resulted in your injury. You do not have to prove negligence or carelessness on anyone's behalf to obtain benefits for the injuries you have sustained.

If you are unsure you have a workers' compensation case, contact us today. Our law firm can help you understand what type of benefits you may be able to obtain, or if you are eligible for Social Security Disability.

Questions About Benefits? Ask a Waukesha Compensation Insurance Lawyer

For several years, Paul M. Erspamer Law Offices, S.C., has been helping employees who have been hurt at their place of work obtain temporary disability benefits and permanent disability benefits through Wisconsin's workers' compensation program.

While under state law, you will not be denied benefits if you have caused your injury, you are also not allowed to sue your employer for your injuries. If it can be determined that your injury was directly related to a safety code or other regulation that was violated at your workplace, you may be entitled to further benefits.

Milwaukee no-fault workers' comp lawyer Paul M. Erspamer has nearly 30 years of experience handling a wide range of simple and complex workers' compensation cases. From working with insurance companies regarding initial claims to denied benefits and other workers' compensation disputes, we have the knowledge and the proven skills to help you obtain the benefits you deserve.

If you have a disability, please learn about how we handle Social Security Disability claims.

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

We invite you to contact our attorney at Paul M. Erspamer Law Offices, S.C., today at 414-939-0416, or e-mail us, to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your workers' compensation or SSDI claims. We are located in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and evenings and weekends by appointment. If we take on your case, we only charge fees when we obtain compensation for you.