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Wisconsin Workers' Compensation Lawyers

"For nearly 100 years, the workers' compensation system in Wisconsin has attempted to balance the needs and goals of injured workers, their employers and insurance carriers - producing one of the strongest workers' compensation systems in the nation." — Attorneys and Authors Thomas Domer and Charles Domer, from their book Wisconsin Workers' Compensation Law

We will protect your rights. We will work to get you maximum benefits. We will not let the opposition take advantage of you.

If you are an injured worker, this is probably the first time you have dealt with the tangle of confusion that is workers' compensation law. Do you want to protect your legal rights? Did you report the injury, go to your doctor, and then wait for benefits that never came? Are you frustrated and angry with the insurance company dictating your medical care and not returning your phone calls? Has your worker's compensation claim been denied?

You need an experienced guide through the worker's compensation system - a respected attorney who can help you get the benefits you deserve.

We Only Practice Workers' Compensation — Helping Injured Workers

At Domer Law, we represent only injured workers — no employers, no insurance companies. Many firms practice several areas of law. We're different: we focus on one area, Workers' Compensation. For over 30 years, we've helped thousands of injured workers in Milwaukee and throughout Wisconsin protect their rights.

We Wrote the Book on Workers' Compensation Law in Wisconsin

Why not rely on the people who wrote the textbook? The attorneys of Domer Law have done just that. Attorneys, judges, and courts throughout Wisconsin regularly refer to our book Wisconsin Workers' Compensation Law and call us with questions, as does the media.

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Consultation is free. If we take your case, there is no fee unless we get you benefits. Call Domer Law at 888-353-8384 or contact us online.

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