Personal Injury Law Firm in Wisconsin

When you’re injured in an accident, whether it’s related to auto, motorcycle, bicycle, pedestrian, or something else entirely, how it impacts your life could be substantial. From job loss to affecting day-to-day activities, you may find the situation to be out of your control.

That’s where the dedicated attorneys at Hoglund Law can step in to help you regain that control. We have been an advocate for Wisconsin residents for over 30 years and are ready to learn about your case and fight for you. No office visit is required throughout the entirety of your time with us. We’ll walk you through every step of the process with care and patience to ensure this stage of your life is as stress-free as possible.

Hoglund Law is experienced in helping Wisconsin residents with the following cases:

  • Auto Accidents
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Dog Bites
  • Injuries from Drunk/Inattentive Driver (OWI)
  • Wrongful Death

Whether your case can be settled out of court, which is highly likely, or continues through to a formal lawsuit, our experienced lawyers will fight diligently for your outcome to be all that you deserve and that the related parties are justly held accountable.

It is imperative that you call and learn your options as soon as possible after an incident as you could lose your right to sue. So now is the best time to call for a free case evaluation.

How Do I Prove Negligence?

Negligence in a Wisconsin personal injury case can be proven by determining that the defendant breached their duty of care to the plaintiff. A judge will decide if the injuries suffered fit with the compensation requested.

What is my Personal Injury Case Worth?

There will not likely be a clear outcome to a personal injury case from the start. How much you will be compensated depends on each detail of the case, and there are many possible outcomes. A judge or jury may award compensation based on “economic” damages (medical bills or lost wages) and/or “non-economic” (pain and suffering or mental ailments). All fall under the term “compensatory damages”.

You can expect a variety of factors to be considered during your personal injury case. These factors range from credibility to insurance availability to contributory negligence, and more. Calling for a free consultation will help you determine which of these could come into play during your case.

There is also the possibility of pursuing punitive damages. While this case is rare, the payout can be up to double the amount of compensatory damages or $200,000. This outcome can be determined if malicious intent by the defendant can be proven. The cap of $200,000, also, doesn’t apply to cases of drunk driving or driving under the influence.

Personal Injury

Counties We Serve:

  • Adams County – Friendship
  • Ashland County – Ashland
  • Barron County – Barron
  • Bayfield County – Washburn
  • Brown County – Green Bay
  • Buffalo County – Alma
  • Burnett County – Siren
  • Calumet County – Chilton
  • Chippewa County – Chippewa Falls
  • Clark County – Neillsville
  • Columbia County – Portage
  • Crawford County – Prairie du Chien
  • Dane County – Madison
  • Dodge County – Juneau
  • Door County – Sturgeon Bay
  • Douglas County – Superior
  • Dunn County – Menomonie
  • Eau Claire County – Eau Claire
  • Florence County – Florence
  • Fond Du Lac County – Fond Du Lac
  • Forest County – Crandon
  • Grant County – Lancaster
  • Green County – Monroe
  • Green Lake County – Green Lake
  • Iowa County – Dodgeville
  • Jackson County – Black River Falls
  • Jefferson County – Jefferson
  • Juneau County – Mauston
  • Kenosha County – Kenosha
  • Kewaunee County – Kewaunee
  • La Crosse County – La Crosse
  • Lafayette County – Darlington
  • Langlade County – Antigo
  • Lincoln County – Merrill
  • Manitowoc County – Manitowoc
  • Marathon County – Wausau
  • Marinette County – Marinette
  • Marquette County – Montello
  • Menominee County – Keshena
  • Milwaukee County – Milwaukee
  • Monroe County – Sparta
  • Oconto County – Oconto
  • Oneida County – Rhinelander
  • Outagamie County – Appleton
  • Ozaukee County – Port Washington
  • Pepin County – Durand
  • Pierce County – Ellsworth
  • Polk County – Balsam Lake
  • Portage County – Stevens Point
  • Price County – Phillips
  • Racine County – Racine
  • Richland County – Richland Center
  • Rock County – Janesville
  • Rusk County – Ladysmith
  • Sauk County – Baraboo
  • Sawyer County – Hayward
  • Shawano County – Shawano
  • Sheboygan County – Sheboygan
  • St. Croix County – Hudson
  • Taylor County – Medford
  • Trempealeau County – Whitehall
  • Vernon County – Viroqua
  • Vilas County – Eagle River
  • Walworth County – Elkhorn
  • Washburn County – Shell Lake
  • Washington County – West Bend
  • Waukesha County – Waukesha
  • Waupaca County – Waupaca
  • Waushara County – Wautoma
  • Winnebago County – Oshkosh
  • Wood County – Wisconsin Rapids

Call Hoglund Law If You Were Injured in An Accident

Hoglund Law’s team of professionals have helped personal injury victims and their families for over 30 years. Injury cases such as these require experience for the best possible outcome, so call today for a free case evaluation 24/7 at 414-501-7726.