Just because you have had prior back problems, shoulder issues or knee injuries does not mean that your new injury is blocked from workers’ compensation claims. Preexisting injuries do not bar claims for workers’ compensation in Wisconsin, even if your employer says they do. If you have had a claim denied because of your preexisting condition, our team can help you.
Contact Domer Law in Milwaukee at 888-353-8384. We will walk you through your options after suffering an injury on the job. You may also email our lawyers to schedule your free consultation today.
Has Your Preexisting Injury Worsened Due To Your Job? Our Attorneys Can Help
In Wisconsin, no matter what type of preexisting injury you have, if your current job makes that injury worse, you are entitled to compensation for that damage. Many employees will enter a job with a bad back, a bad knee or any other preexisting injury. After working their new job for a while, they may then require surgery on that pre-injured body part because the new job has aggravated or made that injury worse.
When this happens to you, do not let your employer tell you that you are not covered by its workers’ comp insurance. Talk to our team to find out how you can still get the recovery you need.
Helping You Through A Denied Claim
Having a workers’ compensation claim denied can be frustrating, but it is not the end of the world. Our lawyers can appeal your denial and still pursue compensation for the injuries you have suffered. Many of our clients have had preexisting conditions but were still able to recover money for their medical bills and other injury-related expenses.
We know how to build a solid case for your claim, regardless of the preexisting condition you may have. You can trust in our team for solid guidance throughout your case.
Need Answers To Your Preexisting Condition Questions? Call Us
Call our Milwaukee lawyers at 888-353-8384 to discuss your options after suffering an injury at work. Even if you have a preexisting condition, we can fight for your rights to recovery.