Frank Fought for Chris Against the Insurance Companies

When I was hit by an underinsured driver, Warshafsky was the company I talked to first. Frank Crivello immediately addressed my medical concerns and then we discussed my car. The other drivers insurance company wanted me to settle right away. What the insurance company wanted to offer me barely cove...

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After a car accident, here's what to do before contacting insurance (or ASAP thereafter)

Victims of whiplash in Wisconsin often accept the first offer the insurance company makes, not realizing they could get much more. Insurance companies make the minimum offer to avoid an expensive trial and higher awards. Some Wisconsin lawyers make their money simply by serving as a middleman between their clients and insurance companies, taking a percentage of your already low settlement without fighting for the money you really deserve. At Warshafsky Law, our Milwaukee and Madison personal injury lawyers put the client first. We’re willing to take every case to trial, and insurance companies know it. When they see we’ve prepared a strong case, it encourages them to offer much higher settlements. Even if they do choose to fight us in court, the judge and jury might decide on an even higher award.

Your initial case assessment with our Wisconsin personal injury law firm is free. Plus, there’s no fee until you win. You only pay once you’ve received your compensation. We offer nationwide help from our offices in Milwaukee and Madison.

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Milwaukee Personal Injury Lawsuits Frequently Asked Questions

What is the minimum payout for whiplash in Wisconsin?

There is no minimum payout for whiplash in Wisconsin. You may be able to receive compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages. Consult a lawyer.

What is the average compensation for a back injury in Wisconsin?

There is no centralized database of injury settlements in Wisconsin. Insurance companies have their own internal data upon which they base offers. A lawyer may be able to increase your offer and advise as to what types of damages you should go after.

In Wisconsin, is it worth suing for a neck injury?

Maybe. A lawyer can tell you if it is worth suing for a neck injury in Wisconsin. There are several types of damages you can recover if there is a party liable for your injury. Damages could include lost wages, pain and suffering, and medical bills – sometimes including chiropractors.

In Wisconsin, how much should I settle for a lower back injury?

You should not settle if the insurance company puts forth a lowball offer. A lawyer can help assess the compensation offer given the unique facts of your case.

Can you sue for whiplash in Wisconsin?

You can sue for whiplash in Wisconsin. You’ll want to know how much your case is worth and the likelihood of a successful recovery. Preparing your case to go the distance at trial is the best way to maximize the insurance company settlement offer.

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