I have helped hundreds of accident victims like you receive the compensation they deserve. When I take your personal injury case, it becomes my mission to aggressively pursue the maximum financial recovery you are entitled to while providing the personal attention your case deserves.
People often ask me why I decided to become a personal injury attorney. The simple answer is that I love helping people.
When people are injured in car, motorcycle or truck accidents, the consequences can be devastating. They may be facing significant medical bills. They may suffer from temporary or permanent disability. They may lose the ability to perform their job. They may lose their family’s only car.
As a personal injury attorney, I get to help people suffering from accidents navigate through one of the darkest periods of their lives. I am able to help my clients get the resources they need to pay their medical bills, repair or replace their vehicles and move forward with their lives.
As a female lawyer in a traditionally male-dominated legal market, I am proud to offer a new perspective. Coming from a high-volume plaintiff's firm, I have extensive experience helping clients achieve a full financial recovery. Now, I get to provide the personalized attention and care that my clients deserve. I win their trust by providing responsive communication, thorough investigations and aggressively pursuing their personal injury claims with the insurance companies.
Pursuing Justice For You
University of Wisconsin Law School
American Bar Association
Wisconsin State Bar
Wisconsin Association for Justice
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