Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: What should I do if I'm injured in a vehicle accident while working?
A: Report the injury to your employer, file a workers’ compensation claim, and seek medical attention. It’s also important to consult with legal experts to understand your rights.
Q: Can I file a workers' compensation claim for a work-related vehicle accident?
A: Yes, Wisconsin workers’ compensation covers injuries sustained during job-related vehicle accidents. You’re entitled to medical care and wage replacement benefits.
Q: What is a third-party claim in the context of vehicle accidents?
A: A third-party claim involves seeking compensation from the party responsible for the accident, outside the workers’ compensation system.
Q: How does a third-party claim differ from workers' compensation?
A: Third-party claims can lead to larger compensation amounts than workers’ compensation, especially for severe injuries.
Q: Can I file both a workers' compensation claim and a third-party claim?
A: Yes, you can pursue both claims simultaneously if the circumstances allow for it.
Q: Should I seek legal assistance for my case?
A: Consulting with legal professionals, like Dahlberg Law Group, can help you understand your rights, navigate the legal process, and pursue rightful compensation.
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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