Many accidents are caused by the carelessness or recklessness of one of the parties involved. When a person gets behind the wheel of car while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs, they are breaching their duty of care as a driver and greatly increasing the chance of an accident occurring. Similarly, property owners and product manufacturers are expected to maintain the respective duties of care their roles require, and when they fail to do so, they should be held accountable for their actions. If you are a Wisconsin resident who has been seriously injured in a vehicle accident, on another person’s property or by a consumer product, you have the right to file a claim against those responsible and recover monetary damages for your situation. Damages awarded as a result of negotiations or civil litigation can be used to address medical bills, lost income and even the pain and suffering associated with an injury. Unfortunately, the process of filing a claim is complicated and has many challenges for those who have not done so previously. The best way to ensure that your claim is honored is to enlist the aid of an experienced Wisconsin personal injury attorney.
At Sherman Law Offices, we have over sixty years of experience in protecting the rights of Wisconsin victims in personal injury cases, and we know how to guarantee you and your family fair treatment when dealing with claims examiners and their employers. Schedule a consultation with our office to learn more about how we can help you facilitate the process of filing a claim and obtaining financial justice for your ordeal.
At Sherman Law Offices, we are proud to offer dedicated legal representation for victims in a variety of personal injury cases, including:
Slip and fall accidents
Premises liability cases
Product liability cases
Even if you're not sure if an injurious accident in which you were involved was caused by another person’s negligence or misconduct, make an appointment with a skilled personal injury lawyer today. We’ll help you evaluate your situation and ascertain who might be responsible for your circumstances.