Whether you represent workers or employers, the stakes can be high for all involved when a worker is injured on the job. Your clients rely on your knowledge and expertise to ensure their interests are protected. For guidance, turn to the resource Wisconsin attorneys have trusted for 40 years, the State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE® Worker’s Compensation Handbook.
July 17, 2013 – The State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE® Worker’s Compensation Handbook provides an in-depth treatment of worker’s compensation law and practice in Wisconsin. The recently updated handbook, which has been a trusted resource for Wisconsin attorneys for 40 years, analyzes the legal principles of Wisconsin's worker’s compensation law and provides authoritative citations to the most recent and significant Wisconsin cases, statutes, and administrative code provisions. Extensive appendices contain invaluable charts, tables, checklists, and forms, and hard-to-find information, including maximum wage-and-rate data going back more than 60 years.
First published in 1973, and now in its seventh edition, the Worker’s Compensation Handbook, offers a balanced perspective, by two of Wisconsin’s most distinguished worker’s compensation attorneys. Authors John D. Neal, who represents worker’s compensation plaintiffs, and Joseph Danas Jr., who concentrates his practice on the defense of worker’s compensation claims, present a practical, no-nonsense approach with emphasis on the fundamentals of real-life practice and procedure. Available both in print and electronically via Books UnBound®, the handbook is an essential resource and powerful tool that will save you time and simplify your work.
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The print version of the Worker’s Compensation Handbook is available to members for $219, plus tax and shipping. Subscribers to the Bar’s automatic supplementation service receive updates at a discount off the regular price. Annual subscriptions to Books UnBound start at $149 per title and $649 for the full library (single-user prices; call for law-firm pricing). To order, or for more information, visit WisBar’s Marketplace or contact the State Bar at (800) 728-7788 or (608) 257-3838.