Don't be overwhelmed by insurance companies and inquiring phone calls. If you've been injured in an accident, contact our Wisconsin auto wreck lawyers immediately. Warshafsky Law Firm is an expert at getting the most money for injuries sustained in vehicle collisions. If you or a loved one has been impacted by a wrong way driver, a cell phone dialer, a texting driver or a drunk driver, Warshafsky personal injury attorneys will bring the full force of the weight of Wisconsin's civil law like a title wave against the negligent parties, their insurance companies and all contributors to your pain and suffering. If you are injured it is about the money. Warshafsky Law Firm will get you the maximum judgment. Learn more about Milwaukee automobile accident attorney representation. Learn more about the statistics of car accident deaths in Wisconsin or find a lawyer now.
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To get you the most money, Warshafsky will make the following case:
DO I HAVE A CASE?
There is no boilerplate answer to the question, “Do I have a case?”. Just like having surgery or building a house, the result you will achieve is directly proportional to the quality of your experts and their resources. From the initial consultation to the final judgment award, no other Milwaukee personal injury firm has a deep grasp of every aspect of how the law will affect your personal injury claim as we do.
Complex legal arguments can be made for both sides of an issue. Experience, unmatched by any Milwaukee personal injury law firm, makes the Warshafsky team most able to fully understand both sides of the legal issues in any personal injury case. We possess a uniquely deep understanding of Wisconsin case law as it applies to any individual personal injury case. Warshafsky attorneys literally wrote the book on how to prosecute a personal injury case in Wisconsin, the Trial Handbook for Wisconsin Lawyers.
We know if you have a case. You will know if you have a case quickly. At Warshafsky, we have the most expert, able investigative team. Our team will preserve evidence and start building the groundwork for maximum judgment the moment you ask for our help.
If you’ve been injured, use our online contact form for a free, fast case evaluation or simply pick up the phone and call 414-276-4970. Each element of a successful personal injury claim will be aggressively advocated for while we defend the soundness of your claim. Contact us for specific answers.
If you do have a case, our serious injury lawyers will completely fund your claim until the maximum financial recovery is made.
If you or a loved one has been injured in ANY WAY, there’s a good chance you have a case. Your interest will be best served by our tenacious advocacy and meticulous prosecution of the parties responsible for your injuries.
hen people choose their Wisconsin personal injury lawyer based on the endorsement of a football player or actor, they risk choosing an attorney who has never won more money in a courtroom. Settlement mills forward your paperwork and take a cut of your damages.
Hundreds of times we have prepared cases like yours beyond the brink of trial. Facing unlimited liability AND an expensive jury trial, insurance companies fess up what your case is worth. They HATE when you choose Warshafsky. Insurance companies know: it IS about the money.
You Were Caused HARM
Addressing The Full Extent Of Harm You’ve Endured
Harm can mean any number of things, from the physical injury itself to the medical bills you incurred for treatment of your injury, the pain, and suffering you experienced, and loss of income as a result of being laid up after being injured. Too often, those who have been injured aren’t fully aware of the extent of harm they’ve experienced. A good personal injury attorney will identify the full extent of the harm you’ve experienced and make a compelling case for full compensation.
A Person Or Business Can Be Found To Be The CAUSE
Our Personal Injury Attorneys Find Those Responsible
Often, finding the real culprit(s) who caused your injury requires a bit of digging--which is precisely why Warshafsky Law has experienced investigators on staff. We’ve been able to identify 100% liable parties even when it seems as though no one can be held accountable. Just as importantly, our personal injury attorneys are able to sort out the little fish from the big fish—focusing on those most likely to yield the biggest payouts for our clients.
Protecting You Was Their DUTY
More Than A Societal Code of Conduct, It’s a Legal Obligation
It’s a generally understood principle that people should not do things that endanger others. Whether it’s driving safely on the highway or ensuring the sidewalk outside your business isn’t iced over, there’s an implicit expectation that all of us do the right thing. It goes deeper than just a “golden rule” code of conduct, though. In most cases, there is actually a legal responsibility to ensure the safety of others.
Their Failure To Not Cause Harm Represents A BREACH
Breach Of Obligation To Not Harm Opens Door To Personal Injury Claim
By failing in their responsibility to not cause harm to others, those who harmed you have breached both the societal code of conduct and the law. It’s as simple as that. Once this has been established, you are entitled to file a personal injury lawsuit seeking compensation for your injuries. The source of this compensation can by the parties themselves and/or their insurance companies.
Whether you have a case depends on the quality of your experts and their resources. Complex legal arguments can typically be made for both sides of an issue. An experienced personal injury team will preserve evidence and build the groundwork for maximum judgment.
A pre-existing condition can affect your personal injury claim. A victim is not entitled to compensation for conditions that existed before an accident, but they are eligible for injuries made worse by the event. Non-disclosure of pre-existing conditions can jeopardize an entire claim.
You have 3 years to file a personal injury case in Wisconsin. A lawsuit will not be heard if it is not filed within three years of the date of your accident unless a rare exception applies to extend the filing period.