Call you worker’s comp. attorney or the Wisconsin DWD at 608-266-1340 and ask for the duty judge. Explain what is going on and make sure you have your worker’s comp. case number and/or the interlocutory order in front of you when you call.
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You must have a worker's comp attorney -- reeach out to him or her with your issues. Without a doubt, that is the best place to start!
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