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Milwaukee And Southeastern Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Attorney

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At Lubar & Lanning, LLC, we bring years of experience to employment law and personal injury matters. This dual-sided experience means we are well suited to assist workers who have been injured on the job as they navigate Wisconsin's complicated workers' compensation system.

We are passionate about helping injured workers recover from physical injuries and secure the monetary benefits they are entitled to under law. We are here to help. Even if you have already obtained some payments from the insurance company, you may be entitled to much more. Contact us for a free consultation.

There are several main components to workers' compensation, each with laws and regulations governing how they are applied. If you have sustained an illness or injury in the course of your employment, you may be entitled to:

  • Medical treatment
  • Weekly benefits for any period you are taken off of work by the authorized treating doctor
  • Compensation for any permanent disability once you have reached maximum medical improvement, a state where your condition cannot be improved any further

Your insurance adjuster may appear to be on your side, but it is important to keep in mind that they are not necessarily looking out for your best interests. Do not rely solely on the statements of the insurance adjuster to explain the law to you.

Take advantage of our offer for a free consultation before relying on an insurer for information about your workers' compensation claim.

Will I Lose My Job After A Work-Related Injury?

Under Wisconsin workers' compensation law, there is no guarantee that your job will still be available after you have recovered from a work-related injury.

Your employer is expected to offer you a position if suitable employment is available and manageable within your limitations. If your employer refuses to rehire you when suitable employment is available, it may be possible to pursue additional compensation for those lost wages up to one year.

Contact Our Experienced Workers' Compensation Attorneys

We represent employees throughout the state who are seeking fair compensation for their injuries. To learn more about workers' compensation and speak with a knowledgeable lawyer, please send Steven Lubar an email or call him at 414-375-4795(Milwaukee office).

Contact Lubar & Lanning, LLC

Milwaukee Office
7670 N. Port Washington Road
Suite 105
Milwaukee, WI 53217

Phone: 414-375-4795
Fax: 414-847-6201
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West Bend Office
By Appointment Only
Phone: 262-384-4436
Fax: 414-847-6201

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