Injured in Wisconsin? Call Our St. Francis Personal Injury Attorneys for a Free Consultation
St. Francis is a city on the eastern coast of Milwaukee County in Wisconsin along Lake Michigan. The 2020 United States Census reported that the population of St. Francis was 9,457, with 86.4 percent of residents being white, 16.2 percent being Hispanic or Latino, 4.0 percent being two or more races, 2.3 percent being Black or African American, 1.1 percent being Asian, and 0.4 percent American Indian or Alaska Native.
The population of St. Francis is approximately 52.1 percent female, with 23.0 percent being 65 years of age and older, 13.1 percent being less than 18 years of age, and 4.4 percent being under 5 years of age. St. Francis is not far from the Cool Fool Kite Festival in Milwaukee and the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum.
Martin Law Office, S.C., knows all too well the many trials and tribulations people can face when they are attempting to recover financial compensation for their injuries. We have significant experience dealing with insurance companies, so we know how to negotiate in these cases and help people recover everything they need and deserve.
Our firm knows how to look into each one of these kinds of cases, and we always work hard to ensure that our clients will be taken care of for every single cost they are now facing because of their injuries. Feel free to contact us right now so you can receive a free, fully confidential review and assessment of your St. Francis personal injury claim.
When you work with Martin Law Office, S.C., you will be getting a completely full-service personal injury law firm that is constantly seeking to help residents of the greater St. Francis area. Our firm maintains a commitment to being your advocate throughout the personal injury claim process so you never have to deal with any aspect on your own.
You should also be aware that our founder and managing attorney Kevin R. Martin is the only sole Registered Nurse (RN) and AV Rated Preeminent personal injury lawyer in Wisconsin. He is among the less than 4 percent of attorneys nationwide who receive dual board certification. Our wealth of experience in personal injury cases includes many different kinds of cases, with some of the most common examples often including:
Most personal injury cases in St. Francis are going to involve people seeking compensatory damages, which is compensation that is supposed to restore a person to the condition they were in before their injury. Compensatory damages usually break into economic damages and noneconomic damages, with economic damages being provable costs and noneconomic damages being far more subjective.
Martin Law Office, S.C., will work tirelessly to help you recover every kind of damage to which you may be entitled. Economic damages could include medical bills, lost wages, and property damage, while noneconomic damages may relate to disfigurement, pain and suffering, and emotional distress.
After most accidents in St. Francis, insurance companies will be quick to try and contact people and offer them lump-sum settlements to resolve their cases. You are under no obligation to accept such an offer. You should know that accepting a settlement can be disastrous when the amount offered is not enough to cover all of a person’s costs because the same person will not be able to seek any additional compensation after accepting the settlement offer.
Martin Law Office, S.C., knows how unfair many insurance company’s handlings of these cases are, and we work hard to make sure that people can receive all of the rights they are entitled to, including:
People deserve to know what their rights are in these cases, but you should not expect an insurance company to just tell you. Make sure to speak to a St. Francis personal injury attorney about what your options are.
Martin Law Office, S.C., has been helping clients throughout the St. Francis area with personal injury matters for almost two decades. If you sustain severe injuries or your loved one is killed in an accident in the greater St. Francis area, you should not delay in seeking legal help for your case.
Call 414-856-4010 to set up a free review and assessment of your personal injury case. We represent individuals all over the St. Francis area and many other surrounding communities in Southern Wisconsin.