Areas of Practice - FAQ
This "Frequently Asked Question" page is separated into three separate sections.
The responses to the questions addressed in the Workers Compensation sections are based upon the Wisconsin Statutes, The Administrative Code of the DWD for Wisconsin, and our firm's own experience.
The responses to the questions addressed in the Personal Injury section is based upon the Wisconsin Statutes and our firm's own experience.
The responses to the questions addressed in the Social Security section is based on the United States Code of Federal Regulations, the Social Security Rulings, and our firm's own experience.
The concepts discussed in these pages discuss the Frequently Asked Questions our firm deals with in our practice in Wisconsin. This "FAQ" should not be utilized if you have been injured while in the employ of an out-of-state employer. While some concepts may remain the same in other states, each State has their own laws, rules, and guidelines, which should be consulted with the aid of an attorney in your respective state.
The responses to the questions are provided as a courtesy in hopes that it will give prospective clients and current clients a resource to consult in order to garner a general understanding about concepts that are not always absolute. Any person consulting this page, whether you are a client or simply browsing, are encouraged to contact our office for situation specific legal advice. There is no charge to contact our office to confirm your understanding about these concepts.
Disclaimer: The content on this webpage is provided for information purposes only. Many of the issues covered in this section are situation specific. The content on this site is not intended to be legal advice, nor is it provided with the intention of assuming representation for prospective clients. Any person viewing this page is strongly encouraged to contact our office for clarification, and for situation specific legal advice.
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Racine, WI 53406
Racine, WI 53406