Sam Bomier has spent the vast majority of his 27 years of practice focusing on Worker's Compensation and Employment Law claims. Whether working on behalf of injured workers or small business owners, Sam has dedicated his practice to helping others navigate the complex and ever changing landscape of employment and Worker's Compensation claims.
Sam is a fierce advocate for those fighting for their rights in these practice areas. He is best known for his ability to successfully resolve claims for his clients. He has also assisted small businesses in handling all aspects of Worker's Compensation and Employment Law claims giving him a unique perspective of all the potential issues that may arise in these types of claims.
Sam's dedication to his clients is his number one priority. He has represented as many Worker's Compensation claims as anyone in the area. His sincere empathy for his clients and their concerns make him an outstanding attorney. Though determined and tough, Sam treats every client with good will and works hard to settle their disputes quickly, efficiently and with the best result possible. Call Sam today. 1 (800) 928-COMP
Located in Neenah, Fitzgerald & Bomier can help you with your Workmen's Compensation questions, lost wages, compensation benefits and your rights.
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Managing Partner||Fitzgerald & Bomier, LLC||2011 - Present|
|Managing Partner||Di Renzo & Bomier, LLC||1987 - 2011|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Wisconsin Association of Worker's Compensation Attorneys||Member||2005 - Present|
|State Bar of Wisconsin||Member||N/A|
|Winnebago County Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Worker's Compensation||settled $185,000.00|
|Worker's Compensation||Settled $298,000|
|Worker's Compensation||Settled $250,000|
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|Marquette University Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1987|
|Hobart and William Smith Colleges||Economics||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1984|
|UW-Extension, School for workers||Worker's Compensation||2013|
|WAWCA Summer Seminar||Refusal to Rehire Claims||2012|
|School for Workers||Refusal to Rehire/Return to Work Issues||2012|