Madison Workers' Compensation Benefits Attorneys
Experienced Advocates for the Injured and Disabled
If you have been injured on the job, have lost a loved one due to a workplace injury, or are no longer able to work due to a disability, you need an attorney who will step in and do whatever is necessary to make sure you get the benefits you are legally entitled to.
At the Madison-based law firm of Stafford, Neal & Soule, S.C., our attorneys are dedicated to helping the injured and disabled of Wisconsin pursue workers' compensation and Social Security disability claims. For a free consultation with an experienced lawyer, don't hesitate to contact us today.
Seeking Fair Compensation for Workplace Injuries
At Stafford, Neal & Soule, S.C., about 95 percent of our practice is dedicated to helping clients pursue workers' compensation claims. Our attorneys have the understanding and experience to answer your questions about, and assist you with, issues such as the following:
- Workers’ compensation
- Types of workplace injuries
- Temporary disability benefits
- Permanent partial disability benefits
- Retraining and loss of earning capacity
- Why your benefits have been denied
- Recent developments in Wisconsin law
- Wisconsin workers' compensation FAQ
- Social Security disability
Our three Madison workers' compensation benefits lawyers have more than 95 years of combined experience helping workplace injury victims and their families get fair results. We are known throughout the state as champions for the rights of injured workers.
Wisconsin Disability Benefits Attorneys
About 5 percent of our practice is dedicated to Social Security disability (SSDI) claims. Many of our workers' compensation clients are eligible for SSD benefits in addition to their workers' comp benefits.
If you need help with a workers' compensation or Social Security claim, trust the attorneys who judges and lawyers throughout the state trust for comprehensive knowledge and insight. Call us at 608-251-6045 or send us an email to schedule a free consultation.