Dedicating our practice to workers’ compensation law, Paul M. Erspamer Law Offices, S.C., is wholly committed to helping injured employees receive the benefits they deserve.
From our law office in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, founder Paul M. Erspamer serves individuals and families throughout the greater Milwaukee area. For over three decades, he has helped his clients understand their rights and has guided them through those often difficult claims and appeals processes for temporary disability or permanent disability benefits. To learn more about Mr. Erspamer’s background, please click on the link below:
Fighting With You Against Insurance Companies
We recognize the financial stress and physical pain you may be feeling from your work-related injury, illness or disability, and we want to help you. With our extensive knowledge of Wisconsin’s stringent workers’ compensation rules and regulations, our attorney will work with you to learn about your circumstances and overcome those obstacles you are up against.
Often, our clients come to us for help regarding their workers’ compensation claim, and find they may be eligible for more than temporary disability benefits. Our experienced lawyer will assist you with understanding what type of benefits you are eligible for regarding workers’ compensation.
Examining your injuries and ailments, current and extended medical care, out-of-pocket expenses, wage loss and loss of earning capacity, we will aggressively advocate your needs and your rights to the insurance companies.
Paul M. Erspamer Law Offices, S.C., is fully prepared to assist you with your workers’ compensation claim. We will be there for you throughout the entire process, ready to ease your frustrations and answer your questions.
How You Can Reach Us
To schedule your free consultation, please call our office at 414-727-7003 or send us an email. Our law firm is located off of the 84th Street Exit from I-94. We are at the intersection of 84th Street and Bluemound Road. 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.