Waukesha Head Injury Lawyer

Helping People With Brain and Head Injuries Recover Workers' Compensation

Head or brain injuries can dramatically impact a person's life. Even seemingly minor injuries, such as a concussion, may cause untold mental or psychological damage. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be a disabling injury that changes a person's life forever.

When someone suffers a brain injury in the workplace, he or she should receive workers' compensation benefits. After a head or brain injury, a person may be very limited in the type of work he or she can do, if he or she is able to do any work at all. If you or a loved one has suffered a head or brain injury at work, contact the Ward Law Firm. Our law firm is led by workers' compensation lawyer Robert T. Ward. With offices in Waukesha and Milwaukee, we have convenient locations across the Milwaukee metro area and surrounding parts of Wisconsin.

We Will Work Hard to Help You Receive the Benefits You Deserve

Head injuries or other severe injuries can lead to permanent restrictions on the tasks a person is able to perform. These restrictions can result in additional workers' compensation benefits. Our law firm has a complete understanding of the potential benefits you would be eligible to receive. In addition to your medical expenses and wage benefits while you are recovering, you may be able to recover:

  • Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) or Permanent Total Disability (PTD) benefits in situations where your brain injury has led to permanent disability
  • Vocational rehabilitation services in cases where the injury makes it impossible for an injured worker to do the work he or she previously did

Robert T. Ward brings nearly 30 years of experience helping people who have been severely injured while at work. Our law firm knows how to present a strong case on your behalf.

Contact Our Milwaukee Attorney If You Have Suffered a Work-Related Brain Injury

Call toll free . It costs nothing to talk to our law firm. We handle all workers' compensation claims on a contingency basis, which means we do not recover any fees unless we are successful in your case.