After a Car Accident…
Experienced Trial Lawyers Handling Serious Injury Claims Statewide
Because some injuries caused by a motorcycle or car accident may not become fully apparent for weeks, it is important to seek medical attention as soon after an accident as possible. It is also important not to speak with anyone about what happened until you have first had the chance to speak with a lawyer.
Protect your right to recover fair compensation — call our Milwaukee offices at 414-224-6070today.
Our firm represents people in the Milwaukee-Waukesha area and throughout Wisconsin who have been seriously harmed as the result of a car accident or motorcycle accident caused by the negligence of another party. Many of these car accident claims involve major and catastrophic injuries, such as:
- Multiple fractures
- Back injuries
- Burn injuries
- Brain and spinal cord injuries
- Facial scarring and disfigurement
Backed by the experience of hundreds of car and motorcycle accident cases, and decades in the state, federal and appellate courts of Wisconsin, our attorneys know how to investigate and fully develop these cases so that clients receive the compensation they deserve. They also understand that people need to know what is happening to them, where they stand and what happens next.
We want you to know that our firm is committed to being there for you from start to finish following a car accident, and to doing whatever it takes to make you feel comfortable with the legal process. We invite clients to visit our What To Do After a Car Accident informational page on this website. Then give us a call.
An *AV-Rated Law Firm,
Here for You in Your Time of Need
Milwaukee Area: 414-224-6070
Hurt in an auto crash or struggling with a motorcycle accident injury? Call our southeast Wisconsin law offices directly or contact us online. Phones are answered 24-hours-a-day. If we can’t speak to you right away, don’t worry — we will return your call or e-mail soon.
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