Do You Work In Manufacturing And Need Workers’ Comp Benefits?
If you have been injured while working in the manufacturing industry, you have the right to workers’ compensation. Getting the benefits you need may be harder than you think. With the help of an experienced lawyer, you can get the medical, lost wage and compensation benefits to which you are entitled after suffering an on-the-job injury.
At Domer Law, we have more than 80 years of combined experience helping Wisconsin workers.
We represent clients in a variety of jobs, including:
- Automotive assembly
- Auto part manufacturing
- Boat manufacturing
- Steel fabrication
- Tool and die operation
- Engineering work
- Food and beverage manufacturing
Our knowledge of these industries, Wisconsin workers’ comp law and the insurance companies allows us to cut through the red tape. Whether you have not yet applied for workers’ compensation or you have already been denied or subjected to delays or underpayment, we are ready to help.
What Are Some Common Injuries In The Manufacturing Industry?
Some of the most common injuries in this manufacturing work include:
- Repetitive motion injuries
- Lower back injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Joint injuries
- Hip injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Falling from heights
- Loss of limbs or digits
Injured workers deserve workers’ compensation benefits if their workplace duties played a role in the need for such surgery. Regardless of the type of injury you have suffered, our lawyers are committed to helping you get the benefits you need to get better and move on with your life.
How We Help You Build A Claim
Sometimes, these occupational exposure injuries are not adequately documented. Our attorneys can help you develop and define the nature of the injury and claim. Copies of job descriptions, handwritten job duty notes, ergonomic assessments, workplace videos and any injury or accident reports can all help when alleging an occupational exposure claim.
Ask Us About Our Free Consultations
If you need help determining your eligibility for workers’ compensation benefits, our attorneys are just a phone call away. Start with a free consultation. You can call our Milwaukee location at 414-279-2647, call our Waukesha office at 262-333-1938. You can also reach us by email. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means that we do not receive payment until you receive benefits.