Protecting You After A Serious Accident
A serious accident can come in many forms, such as a car collision, a work injury or a slip-and-fall caused by the property owner’s or manager’s negligence. If you or a loved one was injured, an experienced attorney can explain your legal options for monetary recovery.
At the Law Offices of Levine Law, our Milwaukee personal injury lawyers are prepared to represent injured clients throughout southeastern Wisconsin. It is our goal to ensure that our clients recover the full and fair monetary compensation they are owed for lost wages, medical bills, property damage and pain and suffering. Our clients include people who have experienced brain injuries, neck and back injuries, paralysis, lost limbs/amputations, burns and scarring and disfigurement, among other injuries.
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- Get the Right Help for Your Catastrophic Injury Case
Car crash injuries are common after collisions because the force of an impact has to be spread out. Unfortunately, people’s bodies are not as sturdy as a vehicle, and they are likely to suffer as a result.
- There Are Several Reasons to Work with a Personal Injury Attorney
Attorneys are there to help take some of the stress of a collision off your shoulders. Your attorney can help by making sure that your case is handled carefully and focusing on getting you the most compensation possible.
- Neck and Back Injuries After a Car Crash
After a car accident, you may have neck or back injuries that need to be treated. You should immediately go to the hospital, even if you think you’re fine. These types of injuries may be slow to manifest, showing up hours or even days after a crash.
- Should You Settle Your Personal Injury Case out of Court?
It is not uncommon for legal claims regarding accidents or injuries to never see the inside of the courtroom. Resolving the litigation process earlier is typical in these types of cases. Sometimes, people can complete an informal settlement before attorneys start filing lawsuits.