Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you should talk to an attorney before you talk to the other party’s insurance company and even before you talk to your “own” insurance company. The adjuster for the insurance company, even if it is your “own” insurance company, has a goal of limiting payments made by that insurance company. The adjuster is not there to protect your rights, but instead works for the insurance company. You may need a personal injury attorney to represent you. You will not be charged anything to call and speak with our central Wisconsin attorneys or even to set up an initial consultation meeting.

No. You should never give a tape-recorded or written statement without first consulting an experienced personal injury attorney. You are not required to talk to the insurance adjuster of the person who injured you. Insurance adjusters are trained to get you to say things that may not be in your best interest. You need legal advice to help protect yourself and your family.

Our Wisconsin personal injury attorneys protect the rights of people injured in accidents. This includes motor vehicle accidents, including trucking, motorcycle and recreational vehicle accidents; wrongful death; farm accidents, slip or trip and falls; medical malpractice; nursing care negligence and abuse; injuries in the workplace; products liability, asbestos/mesothelioma cases, inuries from surgical mesh, workers compensation, DePuy hip claims and dog bites and attacks.

No. Our attorneys’ fees are a percentage of the recovery in your case and all costs are reimbursed from the eventual recovery. If there is no recovery, there is no fee and we will not be reimbursed any costs. You are not required to pay our attorneys “by the hour” for meetings, phone calls, etc. We pay for the legal costs up front.

Yes. You will not be charged a fee to call in and talk to our claims manager or one of our attorneys. Additionally, if we believe we can help you with your personal injury concerns, we will schedule an appointment that also will be free of charge. You can then decide whether you would like to hire our firm to protect your rights.

No. Our personal injury attorneys only work for injured plaintiffs.

Contact a Wausau Personal Injury Attorney Today

If you are recovering from an injury, you need to focus on regaining your health. You should not have to negotiate with stubborn insurance companies or compromise with a defendant.

A Wausau personal injury lawyer could lessen the stress and complications associated with collecting compensation, allowing you to recover fully. Call today to learn more about your options.

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