Madison car accident attorneys - no win, no fee. Insurance company settlement offers increase when you chose a lawyer who has won in court. Scare them.

When should I get a lawyer after a car accident?

If you were in a crash, you should contact a car accident lawyer as soon as possible, especially if you or the other party were seriously injured. Evidence begins deteriorating quickly, and auto insurance companies often lowball their claims. Seek out a car accident attorney immediately to protect your rights and maximize your settlement amountThe statute of limitations for filing a personal injury lawsuit in WI is 3 years, and lawyers need time to evaluate police reports, medical records and eyewitness testimony before filing.

Car accident attorneys support lawsuits through trial

In 2020 the Wisconsin Department of Transportation reported 32,373 people were injured and 280 were killed in car accidents. Accidents result in emotional, physical, and monetary distress—victims deserve compensation.

Under Wisconsin Law, drivers involved in a car accident are required to:

  • Stop at (or as close as possible to) the scene of the accident
  • Render reasonable assistance to anyone injured in the accident, including arrangements for transportation to a hospital if necessary
  • Call the police and report the accident
  • Remain at the scene to give their name, address, vehicle registration and upon request show their driver's license to the other driver involved

Insurance companies settle, Warshafsky lawyers fight

Warshafsky car crash attorneys consistently win the highest payments for our clients because we are prepared to take your case to trial from day one. By building each case with the goal of bringing the defendants to justice in court, our Madison personal injury attorneys consistently get higher monetary judgments and settlements than law firms who are quick to settle with insurance companies. 

The minimum insurance liability coverage for a Wisconsin car accident is:

  • $25,000 for bodily injury or death per person
  • $50,000 total for injury or death per car accident
  • $10,000 in property damage

Being represented by Madison's aggressive car accident attorneys of Warshafsky Law is a completely different story. Our established record of winning big for our clients means the settlement offer you receive increases significantly. If your case does end up going to trial, rest assured Warshafsky has a history of prevailing in court for more than 60 years—often in landmark cases, setting new standards for Wisconsin laws.

Protect your car accident insurance claim and get compensation

Warshafsky Law employs a full legal investigation team to make sure no detail of your car accident is overlooked. Our private car crash investigator will examine your case from every angle to determine total liability. Failure to preserve evidence after being injured in a car accident can hurt your claim.

How to help your car accident claim:

  1. Never admit fault when speaking to anyone at the scene or on the phone
  2. Take pictures of the car accident scene (including signage & road conditions) and vehicle damage
  3. Contact your insurance company, notify them of the car accident and request a claim form
  4. Obtain contact information from any witnesses or bystanders
  5. Record the name and badge number of the police officer to obtain the crash report
  6. Consult a Madison personal injury lawyer to discuss your case and your legal rights

Don't wait to call a Madison & Milwaukee car accident law firm

Wisconsin car accident laws set guidelines on compensation. Wisconsin Statute of Limitations sets a time limit of three years from the date of the car accident or discovery of injury to file a personal injury lawsuit. If the car accident results in the death of a loved one, you have two years to file a wrongful death lawsuit. Time is measured from the date of death. Don’t sign any insurance paperwork without Warshafsky's free case evaluation.

We help car accident victims collect damages for:

  1. Medical care 
    (hospital stay, medications, physical therapy and any other medical expenses)
  2. Lost Wages  
    (loss of income and loss of earning capacity from being too injured to work)
  3. Property damage 
    (repair and replacement of your car and its contents)
  4. Pain and suffering 
    (past, present and future pain and discomfort as a result of the accident)
  5. Emotional distress
    (sleep loss, fear, anxiety and PTSD experienced after the injury)
  6. Loss of enjoyment
    (inability to enjoy certain hobbies and activities)
  7. Loss of consortium
    (damage to your relationship with your spouse because of the injuries)
  8. Punitive damages
    (punish the negligent party for reckless behavior)
Madison car accident settlements

Warshafsky battled insurance companies in court including:

  • State Farm insurance settlement
  • GEICO insurance settlement
  • Allstate insurance settlement
  • American Family Insurance settlement
  • Progressive insurance settlement
  • Acuity Insurance settlement
  • West Bend insurance settlement
  • Liberty Mutual Insurance settlement
  • MetLife insurance settlement
  • Nationwide Insurance settlement
  • Partners Mutual Insurance settlement
  • The Hartford insurance settlement
  • Travelers insurance settlement
  • Erie Insurance settlement
  • USAA insurance settlement
  • CSAA insurance settlement
  • National Gerneral insurance settlement
  • Mercury Insurance settlement
  • Auto-Owners Insurance settlement
  • MAPFRE insurance settlement
  • Kemper insurance settlement
  • Farmers Insurance settlement
  • Auto Club insurance settlement
  • Artisan & Truckers Casualty Company insurance settlement
  • American Standard Insurance settlement
  • Amica Mutual insurance settlement
  • Infinity Auto Insurance settlement

Warshafsky Law

Warshafksy prepares every case for full-scale litigation, all the way through trial and even the appeal. Insurance companies fear our reputation. They WILL settle for a dramatically higher sum than their initial, shamefully small offering. We operate under a strict no-win-no-fee policy, meaning we do not collect payment until we win.

Other Law Firms

Most attorneys want to be hired and settle your case fast. Speed of dispensation and volume means more income for these law firms and less for you. These spineless attorneys are simple settlement mills, looking for the quickest pay cut.

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No-win-no-fee policy

Warshafsky is proudly a no-win-no-free law firm. We do not take any payment until we win the case in court or reach a fair settlement. Insurance companies and judges value your lawyer's reputation. Don't put your quality of life in the hands of self-serving settlement mills looking to make a quick check off you. Warshafsky Law has earned millions of dollars for our clients. You cannot afford to trust anyone else.

Injured? it is about the money®

Wisconsin auto accident litigation expertise in:

  • Car accidents
  • Drunk Driving car accidents
  • Distracted driver crashes
  • Hit-and-run car accidents
  • Construction zone wrecks
  • Rollover car accidents
  • Rear-end car accidents
  • Uninsured and underinsured insurance claims

Personal injury attorneys for all negligent vehicle accidents

According to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, their campus boasts one of the highest concentrations of mopeds anywhere in the US. Unfortunately, there is an average of 30-40 auto crashes every year involving mopeds which result in injuries. These accidents also involve bicyclists and pedestrians, common in urban areas and university towns. We fight for the maximum compensation in bike and pedestrian car accident lawsuits.

Should I hire a personal injury attorney for my car accident claim?

Yes. When you have an experienced car accident attorney who is willing to take your case to trial instead, you may end will end up with a much higher payout than the initial insurance offer.

What is the statute of limitations on Wisconsin car accident claims?

You have 3 years from the car accident date to file a personal injury claim. This time limit may vary under some circumstances, such as if the injured person was a minor.

Do I have to take the first settlement offer from my insurance company?

No. Insurance companies’ initial offer is always lower than you deserve. Hire a personal injury attorney to win fair compensation for your damages.

What damages can I sue for?

You can sue for numerous types of damages, including: medical care, lost wages, property damage, pain & suffering, emotional distress, loss of enjoyment, loss of consortium and punitive damages.

Can I sue for a car accident if I live in a different state?

Yes. You must act in accordance with the law of the state where the car accident took place. You should still call a personal injury firm and file a lawsuit.