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101 E. Court St
Elkhorn, WI 53121


ROBISON LAW, LLC                                                   
Wisconsin Workers Compensation Lawyer
Representing Injured Workers in Wisconsin


    • Legal Services
  • Robison Law is dedicated to helping injured workers in Wisconsin obtain the best possible medical care and maximum financial compensation allowable under the law. Our laws compensate injured workers for economic harm and medical treatment, or in the worst cases, it provides death benefits for dependents. Your employer, under most circumstances, will have a workers' compensation insurance policy that will cover you for your losses. The benfefits available include:

  • Payment of Medical Bills and mileage reimbursements for trips to the doctor
  • Temporary Total Disability (TTD) the money paid to you for missing a full day of work
  • Temporary Partial Disability (TPD) money paid to you for missing part of a work day
  • Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) financial compensation paid to you for the loss of function of a body part, or mental or pyschological disability
  •  Loss of Earning Capacity  (LOEC) financial compensation paid to you for an injury resulting in a non-scheduleded injury causing you to be unable to return to your job, or any job, at 85% of your pre-injury earnings
  • Retraining benefits, workers suffering from disabling injuries that cause them to lose their jobs, may be eligible for money for schooling and daily living costs while you are in school
  • Permanent Total Disability (PTD) is money that you will receive if you are unable to return to any gainful employment due to a work injury resulting in a non-scheduled injury, or a combination of disabling scheduled injuries Multiple Injury benefit increases are available in some cases when a work place accident results in disability to several body parts, and dominant hand benefit increases
  • Disfigurement benefits are paid in cases when the disfigurement may affect future employment prospects
  • Death Benefits and burial expenses payable to surviving loved ones
  • Not all workers compensation insurance companies or employers play by the rules. Our workers compensation laws provide penalties against them for some of the following types of conduct:

    • Delay Penalties for employers that fail to report your claim to its workers compensation insurance carrier
    • Penalties for employers who should, but do not have workers' compensation insurance, in that case you may be eligible for protection under a state fund
    • Wrongful termination penalties for employers who wrongfully terminate injured or disabled employees
    • Safe Place violation penalties for employers that allow workers to use unsafe machinery or engage in unsafe or illegal work practices
    • Bad Faith Penalties of up to 200% of wrongfully denied benefits, against workers compensation insurance companies that refuse to pay benefits without reason
    • Delay Penalties for workers compensation carriers that do not pay your benefits on time.

    Donald Robison represents workers in virtually every industry or business in Wisconsin, and has obtained benefits for people who were injured at work while performing a variety of jobs, ranging from light duty work such as secretaries and insurance adjusters; to heavy, repetitive, labor such as truck driving, construction work, warehouse work, and nursing. Although our clients come from different fields, all of them have suffered an on-the-job injury or occupational disease, and all are eligible for compensation.

    Donald Robiosn handles a wide range of work injuries including the following:

    • Back and Spinal Cord Injuries
    • Amputations
    • Foot and Ankle Injuries
    • Hand, Wrist, Elbow, Arm, and Shoulder Injuries
    • Hearing Loss
    • Heart Attacks and Strokes
    • Hip, Knee, and Leg Injuries
    • Occupational Diseases and repetive stress injuries
    • Vision Loss
    • Workplace Fatalities
    • Cancer
    • Allergies and Respiratory diseaes
    • Burns, Scars, and Disfigurement

    Contact Us for a Free Consultation

    • If you or a loved one suffered a work-related injury, death, or occupational disease, you can turn to Attorney Donald Robison, an experienced and knowledgeable Wisconsin attorney, for help. We want to hear about your case and provide you with the information you need to make the decisions that are right for you. Email or call Attorney Donald Robison at 1.262.723-3860,

    • No Fee Unless We Obtain Compensation for You

      All workers' compensation cases are handled on a contingency basis. We only get paid if we win or prevent the insurance company or employer from stopping or altering your benefits. Wisconsin law allows us to charge a maximum of 20% contingencey fee on disputed benefits, and for the costs involved in pursuing your case.

    • For more information on Workers Compensation in Wisconsin please visit the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, Workers Compensation Divison, for the Wisconsin Workers Compensation Guide:

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