Wisconsin auto collisions: Determining & proving fault Insurance companies offer larger settlements to law firms who win in court.

Because Wisconsin is not a no-fault auto insurance state, filing a claim for injuries or losses requires you to have nearly ironclad proof the other driver was at fault. When you hire our Milwaukee personal injury law firm, that’s just what you get. No other law firm brings the depth of experience we offer.

How to recover damages when the accident wasn’t your fault

If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident, there’s a good chance you will need to file a personal injury lawsuit to recover your medical expenses, a temporary rental car, lost wages from your job, and any ongoing therapy you may require. Doing so, however, will require you to prove the other driver—not you—was the one responsible for the accident. If your injury occurred on workplace property, while using workplace vehicles, or while carrying out the duties of your job, speak with a worker's compensation attorney to discuss the real value of your claim.

6 WI Car Accident Laws that Impact your claim

Along with experienced Milwaukee auto accident lawyers, Warshafsky Law has accident scene investigators who leave no stone unturned, a former insurance company lawyer who knows just what shenanigans the other side is up to, and even a physician to counter any attempts to marginalize the injuries you’ve suffered. Our team of car accident, motorcycle accident lawyers and bicycle accident lawyers will investigate every possible route to recover your losses. Wisconsin car insurance law allows you just one chance at compensation for the injuries you’ve suffered; don’t waste it on a law firm that’s more interested in getting their take of a quick settlement than doing what’s best for you.

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