Q: what type of attorney do i need to go after employer and employer insurance company? this is not a workman comp. case.
had to have major back surgery, was already on fmla. employer had me on short term, which wasn't consistant, then turned to long term, once turned to long term, they sent me threw wrong insurance company for 3 months, then finally got the right insurance company. it took over 5 months to even get a payment. only received one payment. doctor said intentivley return in may. that isnt the case. need more surgeries, insurance asked for more paper work, still haven't received another payment.had to have more mri's doc put on papers intentivly december, i should have received some type of payment since may but havent. loosing my house and everything. the insurance company already sent me to a disability attorney to fight for my disability threw the state.
A: A Wisconsin attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It looks like you may have at least two issues to sort out here, aside from the disability claim for which you already have an attorney. Employment attorneys would know about FMLA matters. As for the MRIs and surgeries, there are health care claim attorneys who deal with insurance claims/denials. Good luck
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