Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: What causes traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) at the workplace?
A: TBIs can result from various workplace accidents, including falls, collisions, or blunt force impact to the head.
Q: How can I prove that my brain injury is work-related?
A: To establish a work-related TBI, you need to demonstrate that the injury occurred during the course of your employment and was a direct result of your job duties.
Q: Can I receive workers' compensation benefits for a mild concussion?
A: Yes, even mild TBIs like concussions are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits if they occurred at the workplace.
Q: What if my brain injury leads to long-term cognitive issues?
A: If your TBI results in long-term cognitive impairments affecting your ability to work, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits that address ongoing medical treatment and lost wages.
Q: How do I proceed if my TBI claim is denied?
A: If your TBI claim is denied, it’s advisable to consult experienced workers’ compensation attorneys who can review your case, gather evidence, and guide you through the appeals process.
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What types of worker’s compensation cases do we handle?
Arm and Shoulder
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Repetitive Stress Injuries
Vehicle Injuries on Job
Preexisting Condition Aggravation
Appleton, WI 54914
Jackson, WI 53037
Wauwatosa, WI 53226
Sheboygan, WI 53081