Accidents can happen, even on the job. If you’ve been injured at work, immediately reporting your injury to a supervisor is pertinent to your worker’s compensation case. Waiting to report your injury could hinder your case with your employer as they could question if your injury really on the job.
Our attorneys at our Gingras, Thomsen and Wachs office in Eau Claire have represented Wisconsin citizens for more than 35 years. We know that your injury is serious and that getting the representation you deserve is crucial. We’ll fight to ensure you get the compensation you deserve for medical bills, medical expenses and any travel you’ve had to do for treatments.
Trust our team to get you the results you need, connect with our office in Eau Claire today.
Under Wisconsin law, people injured on the job may be entitled to the following benefits:
- Payment of all medical bills related to treatment of work injury
- Payment for medication expenses
- If you are unable to work for more than 3 days following your injury, payment of temporary disability benefits for the time you are unable to work. While you are recovering from your injuries, temporary disability benefits will amount to approximately 2/3 of your normal wage.
- Temporary partial disability benefits for any period when you are able to go back to work but not on a full-time basis. These are a proportionate percentage of the temporary disability benefit.
- Reimbursement for your mileage to and from treatment appointments.
- Compensation, according to the formula set out in the Wisconsin Administrative Code and Statutes, for any permanent disability identified by your doctor
- Other benefits also may be available.