Despite the precautions you and your co-workers take, you were injured on the job. Your injuries required medical attention and time off work to recuperate. You may already know that workers’ compensation law allows you to make a claim for compensation for a work-related injury or illness, but you can be confused and worried if your employer is saying you cannot get workers’ compensation or that you will be fired or demoted if you file a claim. You and other Wisconsin residents should understand your rights when it comes to seeking workers’ compensation, as well as workers’ compensation retaliation.
Child support and child custody issues are one of the most difficult to settle in a divorce. With recent tax law changes, do you know how much your child support will be?
There is no question that you may find yourself in a situation where you are stuck in traffic while driving, are stuck behind a slow driver or become infuriated at another motorist who just pulled out right in front of you. Road rage is rather common, as people can easily lose their temper while behind the wheel. According to AAA, more than 80% of drivers across the country admit to having road rage within the past year. Yet, road rage can cause aggressive driving behaviors which can lead to a catastrophic car accident.
If you and your spouse intend to seek a Wisconsin divorce, you may have heard that Wisconsin is a community property state, but not understand what that means.