Personal Injury

Let our attorneys help put your life back together after your accident.

Unfortunately, adults and children are injured or killed in accidents through little or no fault of their own. Whether it be an auto accident, a boating incident, a snowmobile mishap, an ATV catastrophe, a fall, a dog or animal bite, a sexual assault, or other occurrence, injuries and deaths may result in an award of money.

Merely because someone is hurt or killed does not mean that they are entitled to receive money. Consulting with attorneys who can evaluate the circumstances practically and effectively is the safest method of determining whether there may be compensation due you.

Unfortunately, no attorney can turn back the clock and undo the events that caused injury or death. However, you may be entitled to money for your medical bills, your family member's funeral expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and permanent injury or disfigurement.

The attorneys at Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP will keep you informed as to the legal process in plain language. If it's not necessary, a law suit will not be filed.

Ultimately, no settlement can be had without your consent.

The purpose of compensation is to make the victim whole. Being made whole is really a term of art. The lawyers at Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP will share with you our opinions as to what is fair and reasonable and the reasons therefore. Because injury cases are handled on a contingent basis, there is no attorney fee in case of filing for divorce in WI, unless there is a recovery in your case. Because of our firm's investment of time and resources in your case, we expect that you will have a recovery, if we have undertaken representation of you on your claim.

Our attorneys represent clients in the counties of Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine (Burlington), Kenosha, Walworth (Whitewater, Delavan, Darien, Lake Geneva, Fontana, Williams Bay, Elkhorn), Rock (Janesville, Beloit, Clinton) and Jefferson.

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The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.

Your use of our web site does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please contact us if you would like to retain our firm as your legal counsel. However, do not send us any confidential information until you have spoken with one of our attorneys. Before we can represent you, we must determine that no conflict of interest would prevent us from representing you. Our representation begins only after we complete our evaluation and agree in writing to represent you.


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