Getting Benefits For People Who Have An Occupational Disease

If you or a loved one suffers from an occupational disease or injury, you need a dedicated workers’ compensation lawyer working for you. At Domer Law, we combine 80 years of experience to helping injured workers in Waukesha, Milwaukee and all throughout Wisconsin.

Our attorneys will work hard to help you recover the workers’ compensation benefits you need. We will make a persuasive case on your behalf for all the benefits you may be eligible to receive.

What Are The Most Common Occupational Injuries?

There are countless varieties of accidents and injuries that can keep a person from working. For example, any of the following diseases or injuries may entitle you to workers’ compensation benefits:

  • Respiratory disease
  • Pneumonia
  • Silicosis
  • Lead poisoning
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Hearing loss
  • Repetitive stress injuries

The insurance company may dispute whether or not the injury took place at work. Fortunately, we know exactly how to gather evidence to build a strong claim or file an appeal for a denied claim. We are dedicated to getting full compensation for you, including benefits you might not be aware of – like job retraining benefits.

What To Know About Repetitive Stress Injuries

Repetitive stress injuries are typically the result of performing the same task at work over and over again. These injuries can happen in many different lines of work, including assembly line work or jobs that involve picking up and putting down objects. Back injuries are a common type of repetitive stress injury. Even people who work at a desk all day can develop carpal tunnel syndrome or other injuries.

If You Have An Occupational Disease Or Injury, Get A FREE Consult

We handle all workers’ compensation claims on a contingency basis, which means we do not recover any fees unless you recover benefits. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by requesting your free consultation. To reach us, call our Milwaukee office at 414-279-2647, call our Waukesha office at 262-333-1938. You can also use our online contact form.