Assisting Disabled Protective Service Employees
As a protective service employee such as a firefighter or police officer, you risk your life every day. When you are hurt in the line of duty, you deserve to be compensated for your injuries. Wisconsin law takes into account the dangers of your occupation and provides special duty disability benefits. It is important to have a lawyer in your corner who knows how best to coordinate your duty disability benefits with your workers’ compensation and personal injury claims to maximize your recovery.
Experienced Attorney Representation
At Pines Bach, of Madison, we have been assisting protective services employees with their duty disability benefits, workers’ compensation and personal injury claims for more than 25 years. We are committed to delivering top-notch legal advocacy to you. No matter how you were hurt while in the line of duty, we will fight to protect your rights.
Wisconsin law classifies protective services employees to include:
- Police officers
- Sheriff’s deputies
- Fire fighters
- DNR wardens
- Prison guards
If you are a protective services employee and have been injured on the job, there are three important claims you may be able to bring: duty disability, workers’ compensation and personal injury. We have the knowledge and experience to help you through each step for the maximum recovery.
Duty Disability Lawyers Protecting Your Interests
Public servants have an ally in our law firm. We understand that an injury can make it impossible to work, and we will pursue all available options to help you move forward. To schedule an initial consultation, call 608-807-0752 or 866-443-8661 (toll free) or contact us online. We provide representation throughout Wisconsin.