DiRenzo & Bomier, LLC

DiRenzo & Bomier, LLC

With offices in Neenah and Green Bay, our experienced trial attorneys aggressively work to get you the Workers' Compensation benefits you deserve.

Firm Overview

At Di Renzo & Bomier, we have experienced trial attorneys who will handle your case from the time of your injury or disability through the settlement process. Our success rate in settling Worker's Compensation cases is outstanding. We work aggressively on your behalf to get you the results you deserve.

Some of the work-related injuries we handle include:

Head, neck and back injuries
Carpal tunnel and other repetitive trauma injuries
Hearing loss
Certain work-related emotional and stress problems
Work-induced heart attack or stroke
Occupational diseases such as asbestos and dermatitis; disfigurement and scarring of the face, neck or hands
Asthma or other work-related pulmonary conditions
Injury or loss of use of limbs
Eye injuries

We go beyond the basics to get qualified clients the additional benefits to which they are entitled, including:

Compensation for time missed from work
Payment of all injury-related medical expenses
Payment of weekly disability benefits while you are recuperating from your injuries
An additional award if you are permanently disabled
The right to return to your job after you recover
Job retraining or benefits for loss of earning capacity if you can't return to work
Additional compensation for safety violations and permanent physical disfigurement

When You May Need to Contact an Attorney:

When the workers' compensation insurance carrier advises you that your claim has been denied.

If you are fired or not offered work by your employer. Never quit your job!

When your doctor indicates that you can return to work with restrictions and your employer does not offer you work.

When you doctor is ready to discharge you from active care and will only see you on an "as needed" basis.

If your doctor refers you to another doctor or recommends surgery.

If you are working with the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and your counselor develops an academic retraining program for you.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Main Office
Main Office
Two Neenah Center
Suite 701
Neenah  WI  54956
Phone
  • (920) 725-8464
Websites

Other Offices

Green Bay Office - (800) 529-1552
2720 Vernon Drive
Green Bay,  WI  54304

Jeffrey Berzowski

Areas of Practice:
Administrative & Municipal Law
Business & Commercial Law
Employment Law
General Civil Litigation & Appeals
Plaintiff's Personal Injury
Social Security & Disability Claims
Worker's Compensation

Bar Admissions:
Wisconsin
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin
U.S. District Court Western District of Wisconsin
United States Court of Appeals - Seventh Circuit

Education:
Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis, Indiana, 2002 J.D.
Indiana University, South Bend, Indiana, 1996 M.B.A.
Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, 1991 B.S., Major: Accounting

Professional Associations and Memberships:
American Bar Association
State Bar of Wisconsin
Winnebago County Bar Association
Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers
A Personal View:
Prioir to entering the legal profession, Jeff worked in corporate America which culminated in a position as a controller and human resource manager, he brings a duality of vitally important skills to his areas of General Civil Litigation, Personal Injury Law, Administrative, Employment and Business Law.

Jeff has brought hundreds of injury cases to a successful resolution and he enjoys fighting for the rights of the injured. Jeff's management and accounting background, as well as a Master's Degree in Business Administration, that he utilizes in the practice of business, employment and general civil litigation, employment law and business disputes makes him an invaluable resource for the clients at Di Renzo & Bomier.

Jeff likes to spend time with his three young children and his wife. Jeff is also very involved in volunteer activities. For example, Jeff was a big brother for many years when he lived in Stevens Point, and immediately got involved in the Big Brothers of the Fox Valley organization when he moved into the Fox Cities. Jeff has also served on volunteer boards such as the local YMCA and has volunteered his time to provide free legal services for residents of the Fox Valley.

Meghan E. Healy

Areas of Practice:
Family Law
Divorce
Guardian ad Litem
Workers' Compensation
Employment Law

Bar Admissions:
Wisconsin
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin

Education:
Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, WI, 2006 J.D.
Loras College, Dubuque, IA, 2003
B.A., Majors: Politics, Legal Studies

Professional Associations and Memberships:
State Bar of Wisconsin
Winnebago County Bar Association
Young Lawyers Association, Winnebago and Outagamie Counties

Volunteer Activities:
United Way Emerging Leaders Committee Member
St. Mary Central High School Mock Trial Coach
Winnebago County Legal Clinic
Member of Fox Cities Morning Rotary Club
Winnebago County Teen Court Volunteer
Christine Ann Center Domestic Abuse Shelter Volunteer
Neenah-Menasha YMCA Board Member Future Neenah Board Member
A Personal View:
Meghan Healy is a partner at Di Renzo & Bomier. Meghan's focused areas include Family Law, Employment Law, Worker's Compensation and Guardian ad Litem representation. Many clients in these areas are experiencing the most difficult times in their lives. One of the most rewarding aspects of her practice for Meghan is her involvement in discussing client's options and resolving their difficulties.

Meghan is prepared to assist clients throughout the process of their case, including mediation, arbitration and when necessary, litigation. Meghan prides herself on strong communication with clients and preparing clients for each step of the case.

While in law school, Meghan taught a course at a Milwaukee Public High School called "Street Law," in which she explained how the law affected students in their every day lives. Meghan continues to teach high school students in the Fox Valley as a mock trial coach. Meghan believes in helping individuals to realize that the law exists to protect them. Helping to protect people's legal rights is one of the main reasons she chose to practice law. A favorite saying of a former professor sums up Meghan's belief: "We practice law to protect those who cannot protect themselves."

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.

NOLODRUPAL-web3:DRU1.6.12.2.20161011.41205