If you or a family member in Wisconsin has experienced an injury or developed an illness related to a work situation or incident, you may need to file for workers' compensation benefits. There may be many steps involved in seeking these benefits and the process starts with a series of reports that must be made. Understanding these is an important step in learning how to get the help you need at this time.
Many people assume that worker’s compensation is only available to those who suffer a broken bone or other physical injury. On the contrary, the law actually covers numerous conditions, including mental illness.