Menomonee Falls Personal Injury Attorney Provides Aggressive Representation for Victims of Farm Accidents
Farming is a way of life in the state of Wisconsin and it is one of the driving forces of our economy. Unfortunately, farm workers are vulnerable to many more dangerous threats than other working class individuals.
Poor livestock handling, tractor rollovers, unsafe machinery, and other dangerous working conditions can all result in injuries from broken bones and amputation to spinal cord injuries and even death. According to the US Department of Labor, agricultural workers have one of the most dangerous jobs. When a farm worker is injured, a burden worse than medical bills is forced upon them. Farm injuries affect the entire livelihood of workers, taking away their means of survival. If you’ve been injured on a farm, you need an experienced Wisconsin farm accident lawyer to fight for rightful compensation for your injuries. The Menomonee Falls personal injury attorneys at McLario, Helm, Bertling, & Spiegel, S.C. have years of experience representing victims of farm accidents.
Whether you’re a visitor, a farm worker or the owner, our Wisconsin farm accident lawyers will work to build a strong and thorough case putting your best interests first. Farm accidents can be complicated with multiple defendants and a crossover into workers compensation. Luckily our Menomonee personal injury attorneys are well versed in many practice areas including workers compensation. We’ll uncover everyone at fault and work to hold them responsible by recovering fair damages for your injuries. If you’ve been injured in a farm accident you may be entitled to compensation for lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, disability and more. Don’t hesitate to contact our Menomonee personal injury attorney with your case. We always offer a free initial consultation to discuss the best course of action for your case and we never charge a single fee until your case is won. Trust our Wisconsin personal injury attorneys to put your best interests first in your farm accident case.