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Personal Injury Lawyers Kenosha, WI

Kenosha Personal Injury Attorneys

Personal Injury Claims Wisconsin


Personal injury law has evolved into a wide range of legal practice. The phrase currently pertains to automobile and semi-truck accident cases, bicycle and pedestrian cases, boating, jet ski and atv accidents, aviation accidents, dog bite attacks, and wrongful death cases, among many others. With nearly all cases deemed to be personal injury cases, though, the injury and damages incurred to the victim are as a rule due to a third party’s negligence or carelessness.

The victim of an accident caused by wrongful behavior that resulted in injury will be given the chance to uphold his or her case to a judge or jury when presenting their case in open court. Proof that the accident took place and injury arose as a result is not sufficient enough to prove a case. In addition to establishing that the party was truly the party liable for the damages and injuries suffered, the victim must also substantiate the amount of financial recovery requested. If the injury causes long term effects, claiming as much compensation as the law permits in a personal injury case is critical, given that financial recovery through civil court is the primary provision the victim will receive as financial security to pay for costs and correction to the injury.

If you would like to talk to a Madison, WI personal injury attorney about a potential case, call us toll-free at 866-281-9559 for a free consultation.


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“After the insurer offered us $150,000, they discovered an undisclosed
$1,000,000 umbrella policy and forced the insurer to admit it applied
to our accident, resulting in a near policy limits settlement.”

David Farwell, Deerfield August 23, 2016

Personal Injury Lawyers Disclaimer: The personal injury, wrongful death, negligence motor vehicle accident and/or other legal information offered by Murphy & Pressentin, LLC, Personal Injury Lawyers, is not formal legal advice, nor the formation of an Attorney-Client relationship. Any results set forth herein are based only upon the facts of that particular case and offer no promise or guarantee on the outcome of any case.