Workers injured on the job need a strong, experienced advocate to help them recover full and fair compensation for their injuries. Miller & Ogorchock, S.C., in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has extensive experience representing injured workers. If you or a family member is injured at work, our construction accident lawyers make sure all claims are filed promptly and thoroughly, help coordinate medical coverage, represent clients at hearings, trials and appeals, and make sure calculations of damages are accurate so that clients get the full recovery they deserve.

If you’re been injured on the job, contact us today to set up a free consultation or call our Wisconsin law firm at 414-272-4100.

Wisconsin Advocates for Injured Workers

Our job-site injury attorneys have particular experience representing injured construction workers. The nature of the job means that construction workers face many potential workplace hazards on a daily basis. The possibility of a work-related injury increases when an employer or independent contractor fails to adhere to safety standards, acts recklessly or carelessly or when other employees do not take proper precautions.

We thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your injury, determine the potentially responsible parties, and pursue recovery from your employer and any other responsible third parties, including contractors, subcontractors, equipment manufacturers and others.

Our attorneys have advocated on behalf of workers with cases involving:

  • Construction crane accidents
  • Industrial machinery accidents
  • Slip, trip and fall accidents
  • Electrocutions
  • Toxic chemical exposure
  • Scaffolding collapses
  • Head, neck, back, shoulder and brain trauma
  • Herniated discs
  • Crush injuries
  • Loss of limbs
  • Eye and ear injuries
  • Repetitive stress injuries, including Carpal Tunnel

Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Advocates

If you have suffered a work injury, our experienced construction accident and workplace injury lawyers will help right away. We can advise you of your right to recover compensation and help file your Wisconsin workers’ compensation claim. A typical workers’ compensation award provides some monetary relief to cover the cost of medical expenses, treatment and vocational rehabilitation. In addition, you may be paid a percentage of your earnings on a weekly basis as compensation for the income lost during recovery.

At Miller & Ogorchock, S.C., we handle cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning there is never a charge for any attorney fees or costs unless we win your case with a settlement or verdict, and you get paid.

Let Our Experienced Wisconsin Injury Lawyers Fight for You

Our construction accident law offices are conveniently located in Milwaukee’s Riverfront Plaza. We offer evening and weekend appointments by request and we are happy to meet you at your home, office or even your hospital room. Call 414-272-4100 or contact us online for a free consultation.