FILE UI CLAIM
How To Contact LIRC --
telephone and FAX numbers, location
Is LIRC the right agency for your question,
problem or comment?
address, telephone and FAX numbers, location - -
LIRC may be contacted by mail at:
- P. O. Box 8126, Madison WI 53708-8126
LIRC's telephone and FAX numbers
- Telephone: (608) 266-9850
- FAX number: (608) 267-4409
LIRC's offices are located at:
- Wisconsin Public Broadcasting Building
3319 West Beltline Highway
Key Personnel - -
The members of the Labor and Industry Review Commission are :
- Laurie R. McCallum, Chairperson
- C. William Jordahl, Commissioner
- David B. Falstad, Commissioner
- General Counsel - Tracey L. Schwalbe
Contacting LIRC by
e-mail - -
LIRC may be contacted by email at:
- Please do not send attachments with your e-mail to LIRC. To
guard against accidental 'virus' infection, our e-mail software is set so that it cannot
open any e-mail message that has been sent with an attachment. (Also, please note that
some e-mail programs send forwarded messages as attachments. We will also not be able to
open such messages).
Is LIRC the right agency for your
question, problem or comment?
LIRC has a narrow range of responsibilities. Depending on what your question,
problem or comment concerns, it may actually be better for you to submit it to another
agency. Please review the following information about what LIRC does, and what other
agencies may be a more appropriate resource for.
LIRC is only
involved in ruling on appeals of decisions
which have been issued by Administrative Law Judges of the Department of Workforce
Development in cases involving benefit claims and related issues in the areas of
- unemployment insurance ,
- workers compensation, and
- employment discrimination
If your message does not involve these topics, you may benefit from the following
information on how to contact other agencies and services which may be or more assistance
- General questions about entitlements to unemployment insurance benefits
and workers compensation benefits
or about rights under Wisconsin's anti-discrimination laws, as well
as questions about specific pending claims which have not yet been ruled on by an
ALJ, are best directed to the Divisions directly responsible for each area:
[UI Division website] [WC Division website] [ER Division website]
Each of these websites has a Mail Form which can be used to send an e-mail message
directly to that Division.
- The Equal Rights Division also administers a number of other laws governing hours
of work and overtime, minimum wage, wage
payment and claims, occupational health & safety,
child labor and work permits, prevailing wage
rate laws, private employment agencies, and other
- If your question, comment or inquiry concerns some other aspect of Wisconsin state law
or regulation, you may find it helpful to check the List of Wisconsin State Agency Websites
at the State of Wisconsin's "Badger" Information Server.
- LIRC does not provide legal services and it cannot provide general legal advice.
If you need legal advice or need to obtain legal counsel, you may wish to contact the
Lawyer Referral and Information Service
sponsored by the Wisconsin Bar Association.