Hudson Personal Injury Lawyer Advocates for Wisconsin Accident Victims

Experienced attorney seeks compensation for injured clients

When you’ve been hurt due to someone else’s carelessness or intentional misconduct, legal relief is available. At Bartholomew Law Office, S.C. in Hudson, I have 35 years of experience helping victims of negligent harm pursue compensation from liable parties. Damages can include medical expenses, lost wages, rehabilitation costs, and pain and suffering. Throughout the St. Croix Valley, my firm handles personal injury litigation arising from vehicle accidents, falls and other types of incidents. With detailed knowledge of the relevant law, I have secured substantial verdicts and settlements for clients throughout Western Wisconsin. In each matter, I provide knowledgeable advice and aggressive advocacy aimed at achieving full, fair compensation for the harm you’ve suffered.

Knowledgeable lawyer handles vehicle accident cases

My firm provides comprehensive representation for people who are hurt in vehicle accidents, including specialized cases involving:

  • Rollovers — Many Wisconsin residents drive sport utility vehicles to deal with the weather and road conditions. Unfortunately, SUVs can be prone to rollovers even when there is no contact with another car. If you have been injured in a rollover, we can prepare a thorough case against all of the liable parties, including the manufacturer when appropriate.
  • Truck crashes — Crashes involving large commercial vehicles can be devastating. When these accidents occur, I seek damages from all of the liable individuals and companies, which can include drivers, vehicle owners and those responsible for vehicle maintenance. My firm also reviews whether specific regulations applying to trucks and truck drivers were broken.
  • Motorcycle accidents — Our state is recognized worldwide for manufacturing motorcycles, but unfortunately, car and truck drivers often fail to honor the rules that protect riders. If you have been hurt when your bike collided with a larger vehicle, I work diligently to enforce your rights.

Most Wisconsin personal injury actions must be filed within three years of the incident. Prompt action gives you the best chance to gather the evidence necessary to build the strongest possible case. My firm offers a free initial consultation so you can get immediate legal assistance.

Skilled advocate pursues financial recovery for people hurt in falls

Falls can prompt significant injuries, such as broken bones, back problems and concussions. If your fall on someone’s premises was prompted partly or completely by unsafe conditions, I can bring a negligence claim on your behalf. Even if you bear some responsibility for the injury, Wisconsin law allows you to obtain a financial recovery. I understand how to prove negligence on the part of property owners and can accurately assess the value of your claim. Insurance companies often try to pressure plaintiffs into quick settlements, but I will make sure that you do not accept a substandard offer.

St. Croix Valley firm helps families litigate wrongful death actions

After someone’s negligence or misconduct causes a fatal tragedy, family members often struggle in many different ways. Recovering the financial loss created by the death might not be foremost in a bereaved person’s mind, but compensation is available to help account for damages such as final expenses, loss of companionship, and lost income the victim would have earned. My firm brings wrongful death actions on behalf of estate representatives and surviving family members to address the financial aspect of their loss and hold the responsible parties accountable.

Contact an accomplished Wisconsin personal injury lawyer for a free initial consultation

At Bartholomew Law Office, S.C., I represent clients throughout Western Wisconsin in all types of personal injury litigation, as well as cases involving criminal defense and family matters. Please call 715-716-4994 or contact me online to schedule a free initial consultation at my office in Hudson.