When you hire Sam Bomier, you will work directly with him. It’s that simple! There’s no middleman. Sam works with every client that walks through his door to ensure every case is handled with the utmost care and precision.
No FEE Unless
Sam Wins for You
Sam works on a contingency fee basis, which means you don’t owe a penny unless he wins your case. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain with Sam representing your claim!
Sam Calls Northeast
Born and raised in Wisconsin, Sam understands the importance of community, which is why he’s passionate about helping residents receive the justice they deserve after a workplace accident!
What Does "Sam Knows" Mean?
Sam knows what you’re going through is extremely difficult. He also knows what it takes to fight and win for you. With over 30 years of experience practicing workers’ compensation law, Sam is the attorney you want behind you after being injured in a workplace accident.
Sam Knows Workers’ Comp and He Knows How to Help You!
Getting injured on the job is frustrating and stressful, especially when it prevents you from working and providing for your family. What’s more, you may be dealing with increasing medical bills and unbearable pain. That’s when you should call Sam! With over 30 years of experience handling workers’ compensation claims, Sam knows this area of the law. Workers’ compensation laws vary from state to state and are complicated to understand without legal guidance. If you’re struggling to receive workers’ comp benefits, Sam can review your claim and help obtain any benefits you are owed.
About Sam Bomier Law LLC
Sam Bomier has spent his entire career focusing on workers’ compensation and employment law claims. Working on behalf of injured workers, Sam has dedicated his practice to helping others navigate the complex and ever-changing legal system when it comes to employment and workers’ compensation claims.
Workers’ Compensation backed by Experience,
Results, & Accolades
For over 30 years, Sam has been serving Appleton, Wisconsin, and its surrounding communities. He has a strong devotion to his community and works hard to serve its residents when they need it most. Workers' comp law varies from state to state, so it's important to have an attorney on your side who understands the laws where you live. Sam has decades of experience handling workers’ comp claims and knows the laws in Wisconsin. Sam received a degree in Economics from Hobart-William Smith College before moving on to graduate from Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee, WI, in 1987. He is a member of the Wisconsin State Bar, Winnebago County Bar Association, and the Wisconsin Association of Workers’ Compensation Attorneys. He is also a School for Workers Instructor at the Wisconsin Workers’ Compensation Institute, the University of Wisconsin Extension.
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