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Madison Personal Injury Lawyers

Madison Personal Injury Law Firm

Attorneys in Dane County Helping Injured Clients Recover Compensation

The experienced team at Salvi & Maher, L.L.C. has witnessed first-hand the devastation that a negligent action can cause. When someone is injured due to the carelessness of another party, it is only fair that the negligent party be held responsible for the losses caused by the injury. Serious injuries can leave a victim unable to work, care for children, or enjoy life the same way he or she did before getting hurt. An accident that lasts only seconds can lead to consequences that last a lifetime.

Common Wisconsin Personal Injury Cases

Personal injury claims can result from a wide variety of circumstances. Injured victims of car accidents, truck crashes, or motorcycle wrecks may bring a personal injury claim against a driver who was driving carelessly and caused a crash. Injured pedestrians and people hurt riding bicycles can also initiate personal injury claims to receive compensation for harm caused by the negligent actions of another. Sometimes an injury is caused when a negligent manufacturer or distributor chooses to ignore reports of a defective or unsafe product, exposing the product's users to unnecessary danger. Other common actionable injuries include premises liability cases, such as dog bite injuries and injuries or death resulting from a slip-and-fall accident.

The attorneys at Salvi & Maher, L.L.C. have more than 85 years of combined experience and are ready to fight on your behalf if another party's negligence leads to your injury or the death of a loved one. We serve clients who have suffered broken bones, traumatic brain injuries (TBI), disfiguring injuries, whiplash, spine and back injuries, burns, and more.

Damages in a Personal Injury Case

In the realm of personal injury law, the economic and non-economic losses suffered by an injured person or the surviving loved ones of a deceased person are called damages. The amount of compensation an injured person can receive for damages depends on the extent of their injuries and the financial loss incurred. Common damages recovered in a personal injury settlement or verdict include:

  • Medical expenses, including emergency room treatment, ambulance costs, hospital bills, surgeries, physical therapy, prescription medications, and more
  • Lost wages due to missed work
  • Lost future earning capacity
  • Future medical costs
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of companionship and loss of consortium
  • Funeral expenses

Reliable Guidance from a Legal Team You Can Trust

In the chaotic aftermath of an injury or wrongful death, you might feel that you must accept any offer an insurance company makes. Unfortunately, insurance companies strive to pay as little as possible to injured victims. It is very likely that a quick insurance settlement will not cover all your expenses, nor will it fully address future needs or ongoing costs. Unlike an impersonal insurance company, the team at Salvi & Maher, L.L.C. has your best interest at heart. We take an individualized approach to injury cases and fight hard to get our clients the compensation they need to move on after an accident.

Let Us Help You Recover Damages

If you or a loved one have suffered because of the negligent actions of another party, you deserve to be fully compensated for your losses. Contact our office to discuss your case today. Call us at 847-662-3303 to schedule a cost-free, confidential consultation. We represent clients throughout Southern Wisconsin, including Madison and Dane County.

Contact a Lake County Vehicle Accident Attorney Who is Ready to Help You

If you or a member of your family has been injured in a motor vehicle accident, contact our office. Call 847-662-3303 to set up a free initial consultation at one of our four convenient locations. There is no risk because we only collect fees if you collect compensation. With offices in Libertyville, Waukegan, Richmond, and Chicago, we represent clients in Lake County, Cook County, DuPage County, and McHenry County.

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