Wisconsin Work Injury Attorneys


Work injuries can range in severity, type, and duration – but if you were injured due to unsafe working conditions or inadequate safety measures, you are entitled to compensation. Our workplace injury lawyers will help you get justice for your work injury. Reach out to begin the process today.

Common Work Injuries Include

  • Slip and falls
  • Car accidents
  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs)
  • Broken bones and sprains
  • Spinal cord and back injuries
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Knee, hip, and ankle injuries
  • Amputation
  • Wrongful Death

Filing Claims for Work Injuries in Wisconsin

If you’ve been injured while working, the first step is to report your injury to your employer. You’ll need to do this within six years of the date of injury to qualify for workers’ compensation benefits under Wisconsin state law.

The sooner you begin the process, the more time you’ll have to gather evidence and secure the highest possible settlement. At Mahony Law, our workers’ compensation attorneys recommend seeking legal advice as soon as the injury or illness presents itself.

Mahony Law Can Help Seek Compensation For

Slips, Trips, and Falls

Accidents involving slips, trips, and falls happen in all kinds of workplaces. Your employer (or other third parties) can be held accountable for unsafe conditions that contribute to injuries. Allow our work injury lawyers to prosecute your case against the at-fault parties.

Head & Brain Injuries

Concussions and other head injuries are often overlooked or minimized. In reality, it doesn’t matter if you sustained an injury after a collision or a bad fall – head injuries require immediate medical attention and monitoring.

Crashes and Collisions

Our workplace injury law firm has handled many cases involving cars, trucks, and other commercial vehicles. We aim to hold anyone who contributed to your injury accountable, whether it be the driver, employer, or other third parties.

Why Hire an Experienced Workplace Injury Lawyer?

When it comes to filing workers’ compensation claims, you need an experienced legal team on your side. At Mahony Law, our results and satisfied clients speak for themselves. We have decades of experience and will provide you with the guidance and support that you need during this process.

Over the past decade, our work injury lawyers have helped victims recover compensation for:

  • Medical and hospital bills
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost income and benefits
  • Future medical treatment
  • Lost earning potential
  • Punitive damages
  • Lost enjoyment of life

The sooner you contact a work injury lawyer, the better. You need as much time as possible to gather evidence and build a winning case. We’re here to help you achieve a meaningful recovery after what you’ve had to endure.

Benefits of Hiring a Kenosha Work Injury Attorney

After suffering an injury or developing an illness at work, the last thing you need is to deal with doctors, employers, and insurance adjusters. Allow our work injury lawyers to focus on investigating and building your case, while you focus on your recovery and your family.

We build successful cases by:

  • Investigating the circumstances of your injury
  • Consulting with relevant experts
  • Securing evidence and interviewing witnesses
  • Negotiating with insurance companies and employers
  • Representing your interests in court

Start the Path to Earning Justice

Getting in touch with our experienced personal injury attorneys is the most important step in the process. Call today for a free consultation.

    Frequently Asked Questions About Work Injuries

    Our workers’ compensation lawyers help protect your interests while you’re unable to work. Many workers suffer injuries, which leave them unable to return to work for months or even years. With our experience and knowledge of the law, we ensure no insurance company or employer denies you what is rightfully yours.

    Every case is different. Most workers’ compensation cases, however, can resolve within six months to one year. Depending on the length of medical treatment and the complexity of the case, some can take years. The quicker you get started, the easier it is for our team to expedite the process and shorten your timeline.

    Yes – you can file a claim for a  work injury, even if you are somewhat at fault. Our legal team will help you evaluate your role in the injury, and pursue justice against those who are to blame.

    No – your employment will not be jeopardized if you file a claim. If you have been injured at work and are unsure of your rights, speak with an experienced attorney immediately.