Seeking Compensation After A Work Injury

An injury on the job may entitle you to both workers' compensation benefits as well as the right to sue another party for your injury. On-the-job injuries are usually compensated through the workers' compensation process, but a work injury may also give you the right to sue another party as well for your personal injuries. You need to consult with an experienced lawyer if you think you have more than just a workers' compensation case.

Protecting the rights of injured workers in Wisconsin and Minnesota has been a priority for Hannula Halom & Scherz since the founding of the firm. We've helped hundreds of workers get proper medical care and fair compensation for injuries and illnesses.

We Can Help You Ease Your Financial Burden

If you are unsure how to proceed with your claim, or if you are not receiving the benefits you should be, we can help ensure you receive the benefits you are entitled to, including:

  • Temporary and permanent disability benefits
  • Retraining benefits
  • Job loss benefits

We charge a fee only if the claim is won and you receive benefits. By law, our fees in workers' compensation cases are only 20 percent of the amount in dispute.

Get Started On Your Claim Today

If you have been injured at work, it's important to take action as soon as possible. Call Hannula Halom & Scherz at 715-718-3621, or contact us through our secure online form. We offer free consultations over the phone and at our office in downtown Superior. We also encourage you to review our answers to frequently asked questions about the workers' compensation process.