• Photo of Christine Bremer, partner at Wisconsin law firm Bremer & Trollop.
  • Photo of Lance Trollop, partner at Wisconsin law firm Bremer & Trollop.
  • Photo of Christine Bremer, partner at Wisconsin law firm Bremer & Trollop.

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If you've been injured in an accident, you'll want to be compensated for the harm that was caused. You want results. And you deserve them. But insurance companies will try to stop you from getting what's rightfully yours.

That's where the attorneys at Bremer & Trollop fit in. Because the Right Results Matter Most.

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Call Bremer & Trollop first and never take a call from an insurance company. We're here to protect your rights and maximize your results. Insurance companies thrive by sacrificing your rights and minimizing your claims.

And always remember, your legal representation should be from a law firm close to your home, with access to information, witnesses and ongoing investigations. Don't seek legal representation from outside the area - it can have a negative impact on your case.

At Bremer & Trollop, your case will be handled by one of our personal injury attorneys, either Christine Bremer Muggli or Lance Trollop, and in many instances, both attorneys will be representing you. At other firms, you might be handed-off to a legal assistant, and you might never talk to or even see an attorney. Don't let this happen. Always call Bremer & Trollop — recipient of the Martindale-Hubbell® highest rating —first.

 

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September 2021

Attacks Posing as “Tort Reform” Limit Constitutional Rights

With Constitution Day just ahead, we turn to the threats posed by the proponents of "tort reform." As you well know, these laws limit the protections our Constitution provides to those injured by defective products, toxic chemicals, medical malpractice, and other negligence. Meanwhile, many Americans are not aware that the goal of this propaganda is to deny their right to hold wrongdoers accountable in a court of law...

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