Appleton Personal Injury Blog

Common Divorce Myths Dispelled

July 14, 2017

Common Divorce Myths Dispelled: Chances are that some of the divorce information you have heard from friends, neighbors, and co-workers is actually true. However, a lot of the things you have heard or maybe even believe about divorce are not true at all. Believing these divorce myths can cost you time, money, and a whole […] Read more »

The Fight Over Prince’s Estate Rages On

June 28, 2017

The battle over Prince’s estate provides a textbook example of the importance of having an estate plan.  Having died without a will or trust, Prince’s estate will pass to his heirs – his sister and five half-siblings – who were recently identified after the court sifted through and excluded a number of claimants.  While Prince’s estate […] Read more »

Subrogation: What You Need to Know

June 16, 2017

What is Subrogation? If you’ve ever visited a doctor following an accident you’ve probably received a very ominous letter from your health insurer a few weeks later.  The letter tells you that you must give the details of the accident and implies that you must get the medical bills reimbursed by the person responsible for […] Read more »

Resources for Coping With Divorce

May 19, 2017

Coping with the process of divorce can be mentally, physically and financially demanding as people try to juggle the emotional and the legal aspects of their divorce.  Oftentimes our clients ask us for reading recommendations to help them find resources, and even support groups, as they go through the multiple facets of the divorce process.  The link […] Read more »

Changes in Worker’s Compensation Law

March 28, 2017

In March 2016 there were several very significant changes in the Wisconsin’s Worker’s Compensation law. Two of the changes that were particularly significant were the changes to the Statue of Limitations and changes on how permanent partial disability is assessed. In simple terms, the Status of Limitations means the time with which an injured worker […] Read more »

How Long Do I Have To Make My Work Injury Claim

May 05, 2016

There has been recent changes in Wisconsin’s workers compensation laws. A worker now has 6 years from the date of a traumatic injury to make a claim for compensation. For injuries occurring before March 2, 2016, the old time limit of 12 years applies. This time limit is what is referred to as the statute […] Read more »

Health Insurance Payments In Workers Compensation Claims

May 03, 2016

Often a health insurance company will make payments towards your medical bills that you believe should be the responsibility of the workers compensation insurance company. This usually happens when you get medical treatment after the work comp insurance denies your claim. It is fine to have your bills processed through your group health insurance while […] Read more »
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