After suffering from an injury that was the result of another person’s negligent behavior, seeking compensation can make it easier for you to move forward with life. The compensation can be used to pay for medical expenses, wage loss, pain and suffering, emotional distress and anguish, disability, and disfigurement.
If you’ve been injured in Marathon County, a personal injury attorney at Studinski Law, LLC can help you understand your legal options. Call us at (715) 343-2850 today.
The different types of cases we handle at Studinski Law, LLC include:
If you’ve been injured in a car accident in Marathon County, you are likely coping with physical pain, emotional stress, and financial challenges. Fortunately, our Marathon County car accident lawyers may be able to improve your situation by recovering compensation on your behalf. We have years of experience representing Marathon County residents in car accidents that were caused by speeding, reckless driving, drunk driving, failure to adhere to traffic signs, and other negligent acts.
If you’ve been in a car accident in Marathon County, take the following steps:
- Move your vehicle to a safe area like the shoulder of the road
- Seek medical attention
- Contact the Marathon County Sherriff or other local law enforcement agency
- Exchange contact and insurance information with anyone else involved in the accident
- Take photos of the scene as well as any vehicle damage
- Reach out to a lawyer with experience handling Marathon County car accident cases.
Tractor trailers, semi-trucks, and other large trucks are commercial vehicles that must adhere to state and federal regulations. Additionally, trucks often cause greater damage in accidents than cars because of their massive size and weight. Since truckers are required to carry higher policy limits of liability insurance, you are more likely to recover a fair compensation for all of your losses than in a typical auto accident with lower policy limits. If you’ve been hurt in a truck accident in Marathon County, you should contact one of our Marathon County truck accident attorneys.
Other Motor Vehicle & Traffic Accidents
Pedestrian accidents, airplane crashes, boat accidents, and bicycle accidents often arise in Marathon County. If you’ve been injured in any of these motor vehicle or traffic accidents or lost a loved one as a result, it’s important to consult a Marathon County motor vehicle and traffic accident attorney at our firm. We will ensure your rights are protected and work to help you receive the compensation you may deserve.
In Wisconsin, property owners have a duty to keep their premises safe for guests. These property owners include shopping mall owners, apartment complex owners, grocery store owners, and even homeowners. Any property owner who fails to keep their premises safe from foreseeable hazards or danger may be responsible for injuries that arise.
If you’ve been injured in a slip and fall accident, swimming pool accident, elevator accident, or any other type of premises liability incident in Marathon County, you may be eligible for compensation. Contact our premises liability attorneys to determine whether you do have a valid premises liability case.
The loss of a loved one can completely change your life. If that loss was the result of the negligence of another person, you may be able to seek compensation through a wrongful death lawsuit. Although compensation will not bring your loved one back, it can cover burdens such as funeral expenses, loss of financial contributions, loss of inheritance, and loss of society and companionship. If the tragic loss of a loved one has struck your life, you should consult our wrongful death lawyers as soon as possible.
Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect
Despite laws that are intended to protect nursing home residents, nursing home abuse and neglect does occur. Some of the most common signs of nursing home abuse and neglect include broken bones, bedsores, signs of depression and withdrawal, and missing money or possessions. If your senior loved one is displaying any signs of nursing home abuse and neglect, you should reach out to a Marathon County nursing home abuse and neglect attorney at our firm. We’ll fight for your loved one’s rights, hold the nursing home liable for their negligence, and prevent their negligent behavior from harming your senior ever again.
If you’ve been injured at work, you may be able to file a personal injury claim in addition to a workers’ compensation claim. To qualify for a personal injury claim, your work-related injury must stem from a car or truck accident, construction accident, premises liability accident, or another accident that was caused by someone other than your co-workers or employer. If you believe a third-party contributed to your work-related injury, call our Marathon County workplace accident attorneys. We’ll determine whether a third-party personal injury claim is a good legal option for you.
Insurance Bad Faith
Insurance companies do not always treat their policyholders and claimants fairly. Sometimes, they fail to properly investigate a claim, unreasonably delay their response to a claim, use false or misleading business practices, or deny a valid claim. If you believe that an insurance company has demonstrated a bad faith practice, consult our bad faith insurance lawyers immediately.
We handle insurance bad faith cases involving car insurance, health insurance, homeowners insurance, fire insurance, and other insurance policies. We can ensure you receive the full value of your claim and hold the insurer accountable for their negligence.
If you’ve suffered from a serious injury like a head or brain injury, spinal cord injury, or broken bone that was caused by another person’s negligent behavior, you know how expensive it is to treat your condition. By contacting a Marathon County serious injury attorney at our firm, you may be able to collect compensation to pay for your medical bills from Aspirus Wausau Hospital, North Central Health Care, or another medical facility in the area.
Call a Marathon County Personal Injury Attorney at Studinski Law, LLC
If you’d like to improve the outcome of your claim and understand all of the legal complexities involved in your personal injury case, you should call the Marathon County personal injury lawyers at Studinski Law, LLC today at (715) 343-2850. Let our aggressive and individualized legal representation work to your advantage.