For Milwaukee County Residents
is a program
which gives free benefits assistance to Milwaukee County residents 60
and older. The program is made up of Benefit Specialists who provide
and assistance and attorneys who provide representation in appropriate
are free of charge. People who are helped by SeniorLAW may make
towards the cost of their service. All donated funds will bc used to
the program grow. No one will be turned away or given less help simply
because he or she cannot make a donation.
Milwaukee County residents over 60 who
should ask for help
- want to know more about their public benefits
- have been denied a benefit that they think they are entitled to receive
- have benefits which have been lowered or stopped
- have legal issues involving elder rights, consumer scams, or housing.
What can SeniorLAW
help you with?
you if you are having problems with your public benefits such as
Medical Assistance, Long Term Care, Social Security, SSI, Food Stamps,
Subsidized Housing, or Homestead Credit.
If you have
for benefit and have been denied, or if your benefits have been cut off
or reduced, the staff at SeniorLAW can talk to you about your case and
represent you where appropriate.
provide you information about benefit programs, confusing health care
power of attorney forms, and changes in the laws that might affect
We may be able to represent you in court in some cases involving
elder rights, housing, and consumer scams. There are some cases that
cannot handle. These cases include: criminal, traffic, wills, probate,
malpractice, personal injury, and cases where attorneys could collect a
fee from the opposing party.
can I contact SeniorLAW?
SeniorLAW by telephone or visit our office in person. SeniorLAW staff
make home visits for homebound persons.
SeniorLAW, you will talk with a Benefit Specialist. A Benefit
is a person trained to advocate for senior-citizens in public benefit
Benefit Specialists are trained and supervised by attorneys. The
may handle your case if it needs to go to court.
Walk-in at 230 W. Wells Street, Room 800
Tuesday 9:00 a.m.-- 12:00 p.m.
Friday 1:00 -- 4:00 p.m.
Telephone at 414-278-1222
Monday 9:00 -- 11:00 a.m.
Tuesday 1:00 -- 3:00 p.m.
Thursday 9:00 -- 11:00 a.m.
Friday 9:00 -- 11:00 a.m.
is a program of
of Wisconsin, Inc.,
to serving Milwaukee County residents 60 and over.
The information on this website is not intended as
or representation. No attorney-client relationship is created
SeniorLAW / Legal Action of Wisconsin and any person
from this website. Public benefits laws change frequently.
We strive to keep this website up to date but cannot provide a
that this information is accurate as of the time you are reading it.