Lawyers you can trust.

Our Milwaukee law firm is built on the experience of three generations of Levine lawyers. We are proud to help our Wisconsin clients in personal injury and criminal defense cases. Now offering video consultations!

Criminal Defense Attorneys, Civil, and Personal Injury

At the law offices of Levine Law, we handle a wide range of criminal defense, personal injury, and civil litigation cases in state and federal courts throughout Wisconsin. We proudly serve Milwaukee and southeastern Wisconsin. We have built a reputation for excellence in cases involving even the most complex legal and factual issues. 

To schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with an experienced attorney at our firm, contact us online or call us at 414-271-9585. Now offering video consultations.

Levine Law Attorneys

Core Practice Areas

Criminal Defense

Our criminal defense attorneys in Milwaukee use extensive experience to represent clients facing misdemeanor and felony charges in state and federal courts throughout Wisconsin.

Personal Injury

Our Milwaukee personal injury attorneys represent the accident victims, as well as the surviving families of people injured or killed in truck or car accidents.

Civil Litigation

We handle a broad spectrum of civil litigation, including legal malpractice, real estate, business and contract disputes, police brutality, negligent security and civil rights claims.

Client Testimonials

The Best Attorney's in the World. Competent and Compassionate! The Law Offices of Robert Levine is the absolute best!
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Michael did an excellent job helping my boyfriend in a legal matter with outstanding results and follow-up afterward at minimal cost. Thank you!
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Michael Levine came highly recommended to me to assist in regards to a possible criminal charge, he was extremely efficient, being able to effectively respond promptly.
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Practice Area Expertise

Car Accidents

Injured in an car accident? Work with an experienced law firm to represent you after a serious car accident.

Drug Crimes

We have extensive experience required to protect your constitutional rights whether with drug possession, trafficking or distribution.

Gun Crimes

Levine represents clients charged with all types of gun offenses. Our goal is to safeguard 2nd amendment rights.

Wrongful Death

Hold responsible parties accountable for the loss of a loved one.


We've defended countless clients facing all types of public and at work drunk driving offenses.

Domestic Violence

We will help you organize the facts in an effort to present a compelling defense.

Federal Crimes

We have the experienced federal defense lawyers needed to fight for you in a federal court.

Truck Accidents

We'll fight against insurance companies to help you get the compensation you deserve.


We're ready to represent you and protect your rights through an entire murder investigation.

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Free Consultation

Schedule a free, no-obligation case review with an experienced civil litigation, criminal defense or a personal injury lawyer. Please contact us online or call us at 414-271-9585 to speak with our award winning legal team.

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Three Generations Of Success

Levine Law Milwaukee OfficeFor three generations, the attorneys of Levine Law have offered steadfast legal representation and maximum results for people throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Located in Milwaukee, attorneys at our law firm use extensive experience in criminal defense, personal injury and civil suits to zealously advocate on behalf of every client, no matter the magnitude or complexity of the case

Our award-winning lawyers have the resources, knowledge, skill, and integrity to achieve the best possible results. Our record of successful case outcomes serves as proof. We have built a respectable, trustworthy practice based on generations of Levine lawyers. Our dedication to protecting our Milwaukee clients is unparalleled. We have been included in Wisconsin Super Lawyers magazine, ranked superb by Avvo, and AV Preeminent-rated* under Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review system.

Legal FAQs

You should hire a criminal defense lawyer if you could potentially go to jail or prison.

Serious crimes such as federal offenses, assault, or homicide put your livelihood and life on the line. A lawyer can help you navigate or reduce time in jail.

You may need a civil litigation attorney or litigator if the case is emotionally-charged or complicated.

Whether you are pursuing a civil case or defending yourself in a civil case, understanding the complexities of legal documents, court proceedings, and contracts requires objectivity and level-headedness that an experienced attorney can provide.

You should also hire a civil litigator if the opposing party has an attorney.

If you have been injured as a result of negligence or recklessness, you may be entitled to compensation.

Medical bills, insurance claims, and pain and suffering can be insurmountable and ongoing, and an attorney can help you receive justice.

A lawyer should be open to answering all of your questions and making your feel comfortable moving forward with your case and be honest with you. even if decisions are tough.

A lawyer should be responsive to you and have many channels of communication.

A lawyer should have a proven history of results and should be well-reviewed.

Our lawyers have a long history of success in Wisconsin legal cases.

Every legal situation is vastly different, but there are some foundational factors to consider.

First, we look at if you or if someone else was at fault for the accident, dispute, or injury.

Liability can weigh heavily in a case.

Then we determine if negligence or recklessness was a cause of a physical or emotional injury.

Damages are evaluated, including financial (future medical expenses, potential to lose earnings) or personal losses (pain and suffering) and we seek to determine if a judgement can be satisfied by the party who caused the damages; i.e. are the uninsured, competent, etc.

Legal cases typically take between 1-2 years to resolve. If a lawsuit must be filed, a trial date may take anywhere from 12-18 months to be set, depending on the factors involved, cooperation of parties, and volume of cases in the system. Other things that may lengthen the process of a case are the completion of medical treatment and doctor’s bills, police reports, or insurance claims. Our attorneys want to ensure that all bills and documentation are finalized to maximize compensation for the victim or to guarantee fairness for both parties.


If you are charged with a crime, an allegation is made in the eyes of the law – which means you are not yet proven to have committed the crime. 


If you are convicted of a crime, it means you have been proven guilty of an offense. The guilty party goes on trial, and a judge will hear the evidence and defense. This is where attorneys come in.


When you are sentenced for a crime, it means you are receiving punishment for the crime for which you have been convicted – often a fine or jail/prison time. The convict can appeal the sentence, usually with the assistance of an attorney.

A retainer fee is a payment that a client makes in advance to an attorney before legal work can begin. The retainer amount is used as a ‘bank’ to pull funds for various court and other fees as the case unfolds. Retainer fees are usually required for cases involving a trial or a lawsuit. 

Levine Law offers free consultations virtually or over the phone to discuss your legal matter, and we can help talk you through what may be financially required for your specific case.

Free Legal Resources

  • Should You Settle Your Personal Injury Case out of Court?

    While settling out of court seems like an easy and fast way to resolve a case, there are certain things you should take into consideration before you agree to the settlement. Understanding the settlement process will help you come to a decision on whether or not it is may be the right option for you. A local Milwaukee attorney can review your case and help you decide on the best course of action…

  • There Are Several Reasons to Work with a Personal Injury Attorney

    Your attorney will serve as a kind of go-between, allowing you to focus on your health and recovery while handling communication with the other party’s insurance company. Your attorney will negotiate on your behalf and be able to inform you if you’ve received a settlement offer that you should consider…

  • What Is the Difference Between Federal and State Crimes

    If you are ever charged with a crime, there can be major differences based on its designation of a state or federal offense. As a resident of Wisconsin, you not only have to abide by the laws of the state but also the legalities that are set forth by the United States government…

  • Do You Know What to Do If You’re in a Car Crash?

    Car crashes happen throughout the United States every day. From a teen who isn’t familiar with the roads to an elderly person who should have retired their license, there are lots of people who take risks or make mistakes and put others in danger…

  • What Is Possession with Intent to Distribute?

    Just as the charge’s name implies, possession with intent to distribute has two components. In order for an officer to properly charge a suspect with possession with intent to distribute, the officer must have grounds to claim that both the possession of a controlled substance and an intent to distribute that substance occurred simultaneously. If a suspect only presents one of these elements at a time, then it is not appropriate for him or her to receive this charge…

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