Legal Resources

One of our goals at Fitzgerald & Bomier, is to provide you with all the necessary information to fully explore and analyze your legal questions.  While we are happy to answer your inquiries directly, there are other resouces you can reveiw to obtain more information.  Please feel free to check the following web resouces for more information.

The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development contains significant information on Worker's Compensation matters as well as Unemployment and Equal Rights Claims in the State of Wisconsin.  The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Social Security Administration also provides useful information on federal programs involving employment rights and disability claims.

These sites, along with several additional sites listed below, help define possible disability claims and identify many physical and mental health conditions that may allow for disability coverage under the Social Security Administration or with the Wisconsin Worker's Compensation Division.  Please feel free to check these and other available resouces and contact our office with any questions on how best to proceed.  We can help.


Other Worker's Comp Law Resources

Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development

U.S. Equal Employment opportunity Commission

Wisconsin Association of Worker's Compensation Attorneys

State Bar of Wisconsin

Labor and Industry Review Commission (worker's compensation decisions)

Wisconsin Worker's Compensation Act and forms

U.S. Dept. of justice-Americans with Disabilities Home page

National Organization of Social Security Claimant's Representatives (NOSSCR)

American Psychiatric Association (APA)

National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI)

Social Security Administration

WI Department of Health Services - Disability Determination Bureau

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