Wisconsin law requires an Oak Creek car accident to be reported if:
An accident involves one or more injured drivers, passengers, or pedestrians.
Damage to motorcycle, automobile, or personal property exceeds the very low $1000.00 threshold.
If any publicly owned or government property has damages exceeding $200.00.
From Oak Creek all the way past the Illinois border Warshafsky trial attorney, Keith Trower will send our board-certified car accident investigator to the scene. You pay nothing UNTIL Keith wins or negotiates maximum compensation for you. We will find the party responsible for your injuries and make them pay.
There are two ways to pick your personal injury attorney when you have been injured in a car accident. The first is to go with a hired actor or football player’s recommendation or read a T-shirt. The second and most intelligent way to pick a personal injury attorney is to measure their qualifications. Every year, approximately 450 students graduate from law school in Wisconsin. From number 1 in their class to 450, each new lawyer is licensed to practice law in Wisconsin without taking the Wisconsin bar exam, which many would not pass. Attorney Keith Trower graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School AND took and passed the Illinois Bar Exam. Since he passed the Illinois Bar, injured Illinois residents have access to one of the best personal injury firms, wherever they live. Passing any bar exam is difficult, most Wisconsin state law school graduates will never take one.
How far south will Warshafsky Law represent car accident victims?
While Oak Creek is a south side Milwaukee suburb Warshafsky represents the injured much farther south. Licensed to practice law in Illinois, Attorney Keith Trower takes all the benefits of Warshafsky law including a Board Certified Private Investigator, a medical doctor who is also an attorney and one of the most experienced legal teams in the Midwest south all the way to Illinois southern border.
Are car accident laws the same in Illinois and Wisconsin?
Absolutely NOT. Not only are the laws governing responsibilities and defining liability different the Wisconsin legislature has passed statues limiting liability of government and of many professionals. Attorney Keith Trower and the Warshafsky firm have maximized compensation for Illinois residents injured in Wisconsin or Wisconsin residents injured in Illinois by getting the injury liability case jurisdiction moved to Illinois. We do everything that can be done to make our clients as whole as possible.
I was injured in Oak Creek but live in Chicago, do I need a Wisconsin or Illinois lawyer?
The answer is YES you do. That is why Warshafsky trial attorney Trower is licensed to practice law in both Wisconsin and Illinois. Knowing both state’s laws makes Keith uniquely qualified to examine your car accident case and decide how and where to proceed.
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