Protecting The Injured

Wisconsin Personal Injury Attorney

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At Casey Law Offices, S.C. we offer proven personal injury representation to clients who have been injured by a negligent party. When you are facing rising medical bills, weeks of being unable to work, extreme physical and emotional pain, and other financial losses, we are ready to help you find relief. Have our team handle all insurance-related matters so that you can focus on recovering. Our legal team is dedicated to helping our clients seek justice and pursue fair compensation.

Why Choose Our Personal Injury Attorney?

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For decades, we have served clients with professionalism and dedication, getting them the financial compensation that they need to recover. At Casey Law Offices, S.C., we don’t get paid unless and until you do - and it’s risk-free to see if we can help you. If you have suffered because of someone else’s negligence, contact us today to schedule your complimentary consultation.

Questions? Visit our Personal Injury FAQ page for answers.

What Is My Personal Injury Claim Worth?

Injured victims are generally entitled to recover a wide range of economic and non-economic damages associated with the accident, as well as anticipated losses. Each personal injury claim is unique, so it is important that you have an attorney review your claim to help you determine the full value of your damages.

Our Wisconsin injury attorneys can help you seek compensation for your:

  • Medical expenses: This includes doctor's bills, hospital bills, medical treatment, cost of private nurses, medication, medical supplies, rehabilitation, physical therapy, and many other costs that are necessary to treat your injuries.
  • Lost wages: You can seek compensation for the days that you missed work and for the amount of wages lost while you were unable to work.
  • Lost earning capacity: If you are no longer able to return to your same line of work due to a disability or diminished earning capacity, we can include potential lost wages in your claim.
  • Pain and suffering: Pain and suffering damages include mental anguish, loss of enjoyment of life, trauma, and other emotional injuries. Measuring pain and suffering is complicated, so make sure you have an attorney help you.
  • Property damage: You may be able to recover compensation for vehicle repairs or replacement and other property that was damaged.

Don’t face insurance alone. Insurers are in the business of making profits, not of paying out large settlements. It is in their best interests to underpay or deny a claim - and this happens more than victims realize. When you have a skilled injury lawyer on your side, insurance companies are more likely to play fair. Otherwise, we will not hesitate to take a claim to court.

Time Limits for Wisconsin Injury Claims

All personal injury claims have statutes of limitations, which are time limits for filing a lawsuit against the negligent party. Each state's statute of limitations vary, so it is important to double check your state's laws.

In Wisconsin, most claims have a three-year time limit - meaning you have within three years from the date of your accident to take action. Once three years have passed, you will lose your right to seek a claim and will have no way of obtaining compensation. If you are filing a claim against the State of Wisconsin or a government entity, special rules also apply. In general, you usually have to submit to the government entity, in writing, notice of your claim within 120 days.

It is important to start your claim as soon as possible. The clock starts the moment you are injured, so take action when you can - start seeing a doctor, saving evidence, and gathering the necessary paperwork. If you need assistance or do not know how the process works, make sure that hire an accident attorney quickly.

A Proven Record of Results for Our Clients

Our Wisconsin injury lawyers have a reputation for trial-tested insight and a proven litigation track record. When we go into negotiations, insurers are more willing to offer us a quick and fair settlement in order to avoid court. But we are never satisfied with a quick settlement when we can maximize your compensation by going to court. Find out how we can help you get the compensation you deserve when you contact us for a free assessment of your case.

Call (414) 272-3776 or request your FREE consultation online today!

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