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Wiebusch Law handles all legal matters related to workers’ compensation. With over three (3) decades of experience, Attorney Lisa A. Wiebusch knows how to bring workers’ compensation claims to their most favorable outcome.

Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation

Under Wisconsin’s workers’ compensation system, injured workers have the right to certain benefits, regardless of fault. Attorney Lisa A. Wiebusch knows how to get insurance companies to pay out when they are supposed to. If they do not, she will not hesitate to appeal and pursue her client’s rights with the appropriate agency or in court.

Common Injuries

Workplace injuries can vary widely. Whether you are dealing with carpal tunnel from too much typing or have suffered a catastrophic injury that will change your life forever, Lisa A. Wiebusch is here to help.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

When people think of workers’ compensation, they often think of issues like work-related illnesses, broken bones, burns, or other physical injuries. Importantly, under Wisconsin law, people who suffer mental injuries like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of something that happened at work can often recover workers’ compensation benefits as well. An attorney like Lisa A . Wiebusch who is familiar with Wisconsin workers’ compensation can review your case and let you know what your options are.

Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries or TBIs – are extremely serious injuries that can leave people with long-term physical and cognitive problems. When severe, TBIs can prevent victims from ever working again or even living without 24/7 care. As a result, work-related TBIs often entitle victims to substantial benefits through their employers’ workers’ compensation insurance.   Lisa A. Wiebusch can assist you with maximizing your recovery for a traumatic brain injury.

Occupational Disease and Repetitive Stress Claims

In some cases, workers’ compensation claims arise as a result of months or years of working in the same job or long-term exposure to certain substances. Importantly, workers who develop occupational diseases or repetitive stress injuries because of their work are just as entitled to benefits as workers who are injured in sudden accidents.  These kinds of cases often involve diseases like certain cancers, neurodegenerative diseases, impingement syndrome, tendinitis, bursitis, dystonia, thoracic outlet syndrome, and Raynaud’s disease.  Attorney Lisa A. Wiebusch has handled thousands of occupational injury claims and can help you navigate these types of claims efficiently and favorably.

Claim Denials

Insurance companies and employers want to protect their bottom line. As a result, they will deny workers’ compensation claims whenever possible. As an injured worker, the best way to protect your rights and maximize the chances of getting the benefits you deserve under the law is by retaining an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer such as Lisa A. Wiebusch as soon as you realize you may have a claim.

Call Us Today to Speak with a Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

If you have suffered an injury at work, it’s in your best interest to contact an attorney as soon as possible. Lisa A Wiebusch is a workers’ compensation lawyer who has been representing the rights of injured workers, employers, and insurance companies for more than 30 years.   She has been awarded the TOP 10 Award for Workers’ Compensation Attorneys for several years and has been assigned a perfect 10 rating by AVVO.  She frequently lectures to Labor Unions around the state of Wisconsin in regard to workers’ compensation.  She is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and serves on the Board of Directors for the Wisconsin Association of Workers’ Compensation Attorneys.  She is licensed in both Wisconsin and Minnesota and served as a past president of the St. Croix Valley Bar AssociationTo schedule a free case evaluation with Ms. Wiebusch, call our office today or contact us online.