Experienced and Respected Wisconsin Work Injury Lawyers
When you've been injured at work, you can't afford to wait while insurance companies give you the runaround or back down when they deny you the benefits you deserve. You need a powerful advocate on your side who will make sure your claim is handled quickly and fairly.
At Stafford, Neal & Soule, S.C., our Madison workers' compensation attorneys are 100 percent dedicated to protecting the rights of injured workers and people with disabilities that prevent them from working. For a free consultation with an experienced attorney, contact us today.
Known Statewide as Top Advocates for Injured Workers
Workers' compensation is a complex, specialized area of law. It takes experience and dedication to navigate the system on behalf of injured workers. Our attorneys are recognized throughout Wisconsin as some of the foremost authorities on workers' compensation law.
Attorney John D. Neal, a partner in our firm, co-authored the Wisconsin Worker's Compensation Handbook, the book that Wisconsin judges and attorneys trust.
This comprehensive treatise on Wisconsin workers' compensation law, now in its sixth edition, has been cited numerous times in published opinions of the Wisconsin Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.
Another demonstration of our firm's reputation is the fact that attorneys John D. Neal and David L. Weir have both been selected for inclusion in every edition of Wisconsin Super Lawyers since 2006, an annual honor that is only extended to 5 percent of the attorneys in the state.
Helping Clients Pursue Social Security Disability Claims
In addition to our workers' compensation practice, our firm also pursues Social Security claims on behalf of clients who are unable to work due to disability. Whether you have become disabled due to a work injury or any other cause, we may be able to help you get benefits.
Our attorneys are devoted to getting our clients the workers' compensation and Social Security benefits they deserve, and we will never charge you a fee unless we help you get benefits. To discuss your case, call us today at 608-251-6045 or send us an e-mail.