Milwaukee Personal Injury and Worker’s Compensation Law Firm Gets the Job Done
The Previant Law Firm, S.C., S.C. offers staunch legal advocacy in the areas of labor, personal injury and worker’s compensation law. Serving the people of Wisconsin for more than a century has provided our attorneys with the resources and experience to competently assist every client who walks through our door. If you have a question or need guidance on a legal issue, contact us today.
Personal injury law protects and compensates victims
If you were hurt because of someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation under the protections of personal injury law. We understand that every human being owes a duty to act reasonably toward others. If someone breaches this duty and you are hurt as a result, we hold the guilty party accountable\ and strive to get you the compensation you deserve. Our Milwaukee personal injury lawyers understand that a personal injury may be physical, mental or emotional, and a person may be found guilty of negligence even if it was an accident.
Worker’s compensation law gets you back on your feet after a work injury
A work-related injury is an unfortunate event on many levels. Not only do you have to suffer from the injury itself, but you may also face loss of wages because of the time you need to stay out of work to rehabilitate yourself. In the worst cases, some people cannot return to work after months, years or even decades. If you suffered from a work-related injury, Milwaukee worker’s compensation attorneys advocate for you to receive funds to pay for your medical bills, lost wages and even lost potential future earnings.
Everything you need to know about employment law
Employment law covers every legal issue related to work. The Previant law firm has represented dozens of Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Illinois labor union locals, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, various Teamsters joint councils and the Wisconsin AFL-CIO in negotiation, arbitration and litigation involving labor law disputes.
- Overtime and wage disputes. If your employer withholds pay from you, you don’t have to let them get away with it. We fight for your hard-earned wages together.
- Disability discrimination. Like all types of discrimination, disability discrimination is absolutely forbidden in the workplace.
Contact us today for your free consultation
If you want more than 100 years of legal experience fighting for you, contact The Previant Law Firm, S.C. today. We offer free initial consultations to all clients, and we operate on a contingency fee basis: you only pay for our services if you win. For your convenience, we maintain multiple office locations throughout Southern Wisconsin. Hablamos Español. Contact us online or call 888-513-3592 and locally at 414-875-3955 to set up an appointment.
Areas of Practice:
- Accidents Caused by Drunk Drivers
- Age Discrimination
- Appealing a Workers’ Compensation Decision
- Ask the Lawyer: About Auto Insurance
- Ask the Lawyer: About Personal Injury
- Ask the Lawyer: About Workers’ Compensation
- Ask the Lawyer: Is My Neighbor Responsible if I’ve Been Injured By His Dog?
- Back and Neck Injuries
- Back and Neck Injuries
- Boating Accidents
- Brain Injuries
- Building and Construction Trades
- Car Accidents
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Changing Jobs After an Injury
- Child Custody and Support
- Construction Site Accidents
- Damages in a Personal Injury Lawsuit
- Dangerous Premises
- Dangerous Products
- Dealing with the Other Driver’s Insurance Adjuster
- Describing Your Medical Condition After an Accident
- Disability Discrimination
- Dog Bites
- Employment Law
- ERISA Collection
- Family and Medical Leave
- Five Dangerous Words
- Fringe Benefit Funds
- Getting Doctor Referrals in Writing
- Hearing Loss
- How Workers’ Compensation Benefits are Calculated
- How Workers’ Compensation Differs from a Personal Injury Claim
- If You’ve Been Injured Before
- Independent Medical Examination Reimbursement
- Industrial Unions
- Injured People
- Injured Workers’ Bill of Rights
- Injured Workers/Workers’ Compensation
- International Brotherhood of Teamsters
- Knee and Ankle Injuries
- Labor Law
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Non-Compete Agreements
- Overtime and Wages
- Parental Liability for a Child’s Auto Accident
- Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents
- Permanent and Partial Disability
- Permanent and Total Disability
- Permanent Partial Disability Schedule
- Personal Injury Overview
- Plant Closures and Mass Layoffs
- Provisions for Timely Workers’ Comp Payments
- Public Sector Labor Law
- Race/Gender Discrimination
- Recreational Vehicle Accidents
- Repetitive Motion Injuries
- Shoulder and Elbow Injuries
- Social Security Disability
- Social Security Disability Claims Process
- Spinal Injuries
- Spine Injury Recovery Percentages
- The Importance of Properly Reporting an Injury
- The Statute of Limitations in Personal Injury Cases
- The Workers’ Compensation Hearing
- The Workers’ Compensation Nurse
- Third-Party Liability for Workplace Accidents
- Treatment with a Doctor Outside the Health System
- Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage
- Veteran’s Re-employment Rights
- What Does My Auto Insurance Cover?
- What If I’ve Been Injured on a Second Job?
- What Is a Personal Injury Lawsuit?
- What You Should Know About Auto Insurance
- Who Is Eligible for SSD Benefits?
- Who Pays for Medical Bills in an Auto Accident?
- Why a Complete Work Injury History Is Important
- Wisconsin Safety Penalty Claims Under Workers Compensation Law
- Workers’ Compensation Benefits
- Workers’ Compensation Wage and Rate Chart
- Workplace Injuries
- Wrongful Death and Fatal Accidents
- You’ve Been Injured at Work. Now What?