Alan C. Olson & Associates

Alan C. Olson is a National Long Term Disability Insurance Denial Attorney & ERISA Appeal Lawsuit Lawyer. Attorney Olson and his team of skilled associates offer comprehensive legal representation regarding disability benefits law.

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Alan C. Olson & Associates
2880 S. Moorland Road
New Berlin  WI  53151

Phone
  • 262-649-4861
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Employment
We practice in the area of employment law including contract claims, employment dicrimination, employee benefits, retalliation, and unemployment insurance claims.
We protect employee rights at the Law Offices of Alan C. Olson & Associates, S.C., Milwaukee area employment law attorneys. We can help you collect more benefits and more wages quickly, efficiently, and with dignity. Leave the battle to professional warriors on the side of Wisconsin workers seeking their right to freedom from discrimination, recovery of unemployment benefits or COBRA medical insurance coverage, and payment of fair wages for hours worked. Contact us to help.

Jennifer Allen

Jennifer Allen's practice focuses exclusively on employment law, social security disability and litigation. She works closely with clients, counseling them through the legal process, both in administrative agencies and state and federal courts. One of her primary objectives is communication with each client to include them as a part of our firm's team of experts. I work not just for my clients, but with them to pursue their benefits.
Education
  • Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    JD
    Areas of Practice:

    • Employment Law

    • Litigation

    • Social Security Disability

    • Long-Term Disability

Nicholas McLeod

I devote my practice entirely to representing employees in benefit disputes, contract claims, unemployment insurance appeals, equal opportunity cases, and other employment cases. I counsel clients on the best course of action before bringing suit, and seek to ensure the best possible result for every individual client. I draw from my experience in state, federal, and administrative venues, as well as my knowledge of the Family and Medical Leave Act, Title VII, Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Employee Income Retirement Security Act, Sarbanes Oxley, Pregnancy Discrimination Act, Equal Pay Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and additional employment laws.
Education
  • Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    JD
    Areas of Practice:

    • Employment Law

    • Litigation

    • Long-Term Disability Benefits Law

    • Employment Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation

    • Unemployment Insurance

    • Contracts and Restrictive Covenants

Elizabeth Schmidt

My practice is devoted exclusively to the representation of plaintiffs in employment law and disability benefits matters. I advocate for the right of employees to receive wages, be free from discrimination, and have a safe and healthy work environment. I file employment law matters under state and federal laws including the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Family Medical Leave Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, and Title VII. I also assist clients in the pursuit of short-term and long-term disability benefits, including filing lawsuits under state and federal laws and ERISA. I work with each client to ascertain their individual goals and provide the information necessary to make informed decisions. Communication is the key to obtaining successful outcomes and client satisfaction.
Education
  • Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    JD
    Areas of Practice:

    • Employment Law

    • Litigation

    • Long-Term Disability Benefits Law

Alan Olson

As a litigator, Alan Olson helps his wrongfully discharged clients recover their lost pay and benefits. He has argued four of his cases to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, resulting in expansion of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing for employees, as well as increased protection for employees in retaliatory discharge cases. Undaunted by huge insurance companies, Alan repeatedly sues them in federal courts across the United States in order to recover long-term disability benefits for his disabled clients. Alan also sues big corporations when they defraud the government and retaliate against the employee who blew the whistle. As big money cases are not his only focus in 2010 Legal Action of Wisconsin gave Alan's firm the Outstanding Pro Bono Law Firm Participation Award. Also recognized by Leading Lawyers 2012, Alan understands that the loss of a long-term job, pay and benefits, is one of the top three stressors a person will ever experience in their life. Alan serves these needs by holding high ethical standards, promptly communicating with his clients, and vigorously pursuing their legal claims, no matter how big or menacing the opponent.
Education
  • Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    JD
    Areas of Practice:

    • Long-Term Disability Benefits Law

    • Employment Law

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