If you have suffered a personal injury in Wisconsin as a result of an accident, dog bite or another situation where your injury was the result of the negligence of another person, it is important that you take steps to protect your interests. You are entitled to fair compensation and over the years we have found that is more likely to be the result if early efforts are made to assemble and preserve the evidence. An experienced litigator is of great value in helping you develop your claims. At Hoeper Law Offices, we understand that after an injury, your focus is not necessarily on your legal case. We take the time to walk clients through the case and processing from the beginning. Most of our clients do not understand the litigation process or how to preserve their claim. Our Wisconsin law firm will help you preserve important evidence and establish your claim. Trust our firm to handle these matters so that you can focus on healing.Our firm offers a free first consultation for our personal injury clients. If you are the victim of a personal injury or a loved one has suffered an injury due to negligence, contact our firm to set up an appointment at 920-202-5623. We also offer contingent fees plus costs arrangements for personal injury cases.
When you have been involved in a car accident or other motor vehicle accident, or a loved one has been injured in a car crash, it is important to get an experienced lawyer on your side who understands the law in Wisconsin. Our firm handles:
In addition to car accidents and motor vehicle accidents, our firm also handles:
We will also represent you if you have been injured in a bull attack and we also have experience with claims arising out of premises liability. Our firm also assists clients in pursuing compensation in products liability litigation. Contact an experienced attorney to help you with your personal injury representation. You can set up an appointment for a free consultation at 920-202-5623 in Waupun WI. We offer clients the option of a contingent fee in personal injury cases so that you don’t have to pay attorney’s fees until you make a recovery for your damages.