Recovering Compensation For Work-Related Neck And Back Injuries

Ladders, forklifts, factory machines — these are all types of equipment that can cause severe, crippling back and neck injuries that can cost you your livelihood.

Attorney Paul M. Erspamer, founder of Paul M. Erspamer Law Offices, S.C., in Wauwatosa, has spent over three decades representing employees throughout the Milwaukee metro area and across Wisconsin when they have been hurt on the job. He is highly knowledgeable about the injuries associated with workplace accidents and the laws surrounding workers' compensation in Wisconsin. He has helped literally thousands of injured workers, and he can help you too.

We Know What You Are Going Through

We understand the devastating consequences of neck and back injuries, and the physical and financial damage they can have on your life. Our clients have suffered a wide variety of workplace accidents that have involved:

  • Lifting injuries
  • Turning wrong
  • Herniated disks
  • Swollen disks
  • Slipped disks

Through Wisconsin's no-fault system for workers' compensation, employees who suffer injuries on the job, no matter who was to blame for the accident, are eligible to receive temporary disability benefits or permanent disability benefits, depending on the severity and longevity of the injury.

When you call our attorney, you can expect us to listen to your concerns and ultimately help you obtain maximum compensation and benefits for your injuries through your employer's insurance company, or your own insurance company if you are self-employed.

Here's How We Can Help

We want you to concentrate on healing and let us handle your legal problems. That means as soon as you have been injured, you need to seek medical care and treatment. While the workers' compensation systems is supposed to be able to provide you benefits for your lost wages and medical bills quickly, it doesn't always happen that way.

Our lawyer recognizes the roadblocks you face when dealing with insurance companies. We will make sure that you are not being taken advantage of by your employer's insurance company, and that you receive the appropriate and fair benefits that you are entitled to under state law.

How To Learn More About Your Case

Call our office today at 414-727-7003 or send us an email to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your workers' compensation case. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. We only charge fees when we obtain compensation for you.