Milwaukee Personal Injury Attorneys: No Win - No Fees
Warshafsky Law Firm in Downtown Milwaukee, WI
Warshafsky Law is the top personal injury law firm in Milwaukee, Wisconsin dating back to the '60s. Our small, experienced team of 5 attorneys has a combined 100 years of trial experience. Insurance companies know our reputation - we do not settle for low-ball claims and will fight in the courtroom for just compensation and damages. If you've been severely injured in an accident that wasn't your fault, contact us today for a free case evaluation and advice on dealing with insurance companies.
How much do personal injury lawyers cost in Milwaukee?
Personal injury law firms, including Warshafsky Law, typically operate on a "no win, no fee" policy, meaning you will not be charged a dime until we reach a fair settlement in negotiations or in court. In Milwaukee, a standard "attorney contingency fee" would be between 25% - 40%, whether via negotiated settlement or verdict awarded by the court. The best way to get your medical bills and other expenses paid is to choose a personal injury attorney who will prepare your case to win at trial. Experienced trial attorneys drive up the insurance company's expense reserve to put you in a better negotiating position. Warshafsky’s personal injury attorneys in Milwaukee guarantee no fees until you win and receive compensation.
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Milwaukee Personal Injury Attorneys of Warshafsky Law
Based in Milwaukee, Warshafsky law firm fights to get you the highest possible compensation. Warshafsky has six decades of extensive knowledge and understanding of the legal system, making us one of the most successful law firms in Wisconsin. Our personal injury attorneys in Milwaukee have won millions of dollars for our clients because we consistently win cases. You could be awarded record settlements and become a part of our long history of success.
Our attorneys have a wide range of experience in fighting personal injury cases including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, bicycle accidents and more. In cases involving fatalities caused by negligence, our wrongful death attorneys and mesothelioma lawyers will fight for the best possible outcome regarding your case.
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What to Do Before You Contact a Milwaukee Personal Injury Attorney
A lot happens after an injury. We recommend that you report the accident, take pictures, obtain contact information from the other party (if applicable) and record the name and badge number of the police officer (if present).
Before contacting your insurance company, consider consulting one of our personal injury attorneys in Milwaukee to discuss your case and rights. Most importantly, never admit fault. Insurance companies can, and will, use your word against you.
You Have Limited Time to File Your Claim
You have a limited amount of time to file a personal injury claim after an accident. Settling too fast or waiting too long can result in a lowball settlement offer from your insurance company. If time runs out, you're left with the initial amount the claims adjuster offers.
Don’t let your insurance company decide what you are owed. Hire one of our personal injury lawyers in Milwaukee to fight for a fair settlement. We’ll help you file a claim and educate you on filing timelines.
Staffed Medical Doctors & Certified Legal Investigators
Warshafsky Law Firm in Milwaukee has an attorney who is also a medical doctor on staff reviewing medical charts, medical professional notes and records, diagnosis, disability projections and even coroner’s reports when necessary. Warshafsky has a nationally certified legal investigator who actually collects, documents and preserves evidence. Many times, Warshafsky’s investigator finds evidence no one noticed or that less experienced people did not realize the significance of.
Police officers investigating a significant injury scene focus on evidence and facts significant to criminal liability. While there is an overlap with criminal liability, our investigator understands evidence from the perspective of civil liability. i.e. Phone records may seem unimportant to a police officer at the scene of a serious construction or job site accident, while an investigator knows the distraction of a smartphone reaches much farther than serious automobile collisions.