WI lost wages settlements: personal injury lawsuits Injury settlement amounts depend on the quality of your lawyer.

You are entitled to your lost wages from insurance or the at-fault driver. If your insurance or employer does not offer lost wage compensation, contact Warshafsky Law today. You need a settlement to cover your medical treatment, car repairs, and other bills.

Calculating lost paychecks: part-time vs full-time wage reimbursement

Lost wages can be claimed by any type of worker. The only difference will be how your exact amount of lost payments are calculated. A salaried employee will have a different reimbursement rate than a part-time, hourly worker. Our experienced personal injury attorneys will guide you through the process no matter your job type.

Tell your personal injury attorney if you are:

  • Full-time
  • Part-time
  • Salaried
  • Hourly
  • Freelance
  • Self-employed

Lost wages for self-employed car accident victims

If you are your own boss, the losses you face after a car accident in Wisconsin can be devastating to your entire business. In this case, you’re dealing with lost income more than a few paychecks. Unfortunately, it will be harder to prove lost earnings compared to a weekly paystub. Gather all your 1099 forms, client contracts, and invoices to demonstrate lost earning potential.

Suing for loss of potential income

Did your workplace offer you sick leave or vacation pay to cover your missed work? It may be tempting when you first look at your immediate bills but don’t take it! You are entitled to your lost wages from insurance or the at-fault driver. Keep your vacation and sick days for future use and get your lost wage compensation the right way. If your car accident was caused while working, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation in addition to lost wages.

Missing work after an accident: is my job in danger?

Wisconsin companies must follow the Family Medical Leave Act, a federal protection of employees who have immediate health conditions requiring care for themselves or a family member. This allows employees time off (up to twelve weeks) from work, unpaid, while they recover. After the time is up the employee can return to their job. In addition, Wisconsin has its own version of FMLA for businesses with 50+ employees which allows injured workers two weeks off. There are limitations on which employees are eligible for these protections.

Your employer may have the right to fire you if you do not return to work after your FMLA time runs out. This will depend on if you are at-will or a contracted worker and have medical documentation of your injuries. Discuss your details with an attorney at Warshafsky Law. Since FMLA only covers unpaid time off, any work you miss would be considered a lost wage. Twelve weeks of unpaid recovery time is three months’ worth of lost wages. If your insurance or employer does not offer lost wage compensation, contact Warshafsky Law today. You need a settlement to cover your medical treatment, car repairs, and other bills.

Personal injury disability: compensation for lost earning capacity

If an accident causes a permanent disability with limits your ability to work, you’ve just lost out on potential wages. Don’t let your insurance or the at-fault driver leave you with a small, one-time payment for a lifetime of lost wages. Reach out to Warshafsky's team of truck accident lawyers, and lawyers for mesothelioma today.

Warshafsky pursues fair settlements, regardless of what your injuries look like

Beyond broken bones and cuts, wrecks affect victims in less visible ways through emotional trauma and mental scars. Sometimes pain isn't as easy to see as a loss of mobility of physical handicap. Warshafsky fights to get fair compensation for our clients, no matter how their crash has affected their life.

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