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Personal Injury Attorneys

An accident can flip your entire world upside down.  Pain and suffering, medical bills, and lost wages can have a drastic negative impact on your quality of life. Don’t let your injury and the responsible party reduce your quality of life without seeking justice. Take control with help from the personal injury attorneys of Bye, Goff & Rohde.

Personal Injury

Wisconsin law specifies that contributory negligence can impact a case if the injured party is found to be more responsible for the accident than the defendant. This means that the accurate determination of negligence is crucial. We believe the people of Wisconsin deserve quality legal representation by personal injury attorneys willing to take the time to listen and understand their situations. Our attorneys have the experience and the courage to fight for you all the way to trial if need be.

Easing Your Concerns

The trauma of an accident, the days of pain that follow, and the suddenness of this change in your life can leave you anxious and fearful. You worry about the medical bills for your treatment. You are concerned about how long rehabilitation may take before you can get back to work. Who will take care of your family while they are helping you through this injury?

Our attorneys have served Wisconsin and Minnesota for over 40 years. We care about our neighbors and have a passion for ensuring they receive fair compensation. We start by listening. Having someone listen to your story who truly understands what you are going through and is willing to help see you through this time can be an amazing medicine all its own. We frequently hear our clients say they feel better just knowing that our attorneys are ready to start.

Do I Have a Personal Injury Case?

Personal injury law focuses on the presence of negligence, a legal concept that holds parties responsible for damages. Establishing the presence of negligence involves several factors, including:

  • Duty. Drivers, shop owners, dog owners, manufacturers, and a host of other parties owe a legal duty of care to Wisconsin residents. Traffic laws and vehicle safety procedures, for example, are in place to clearly define the legal standard of care.
  • Breach. When a responsible party does not provide the required duty of care, this is referred to as a breach of duty. Our attorneys can help establish to the court that the defendant in your case breached an applicable duty. Failing to stop at a red light, or not posting wet floor signs while mopping, would be examples of a breach of duty.

We Get Results

Our attorneys have a proven record of getting results for our clients. We start from day one, preparing to take your case to trial. Where many attorneys rarely see the courtroom, we refuse to accept a low settlement offer just so we can move on to the next case. Our attorneys have a reputation of being unafraid to take a case all the way to trial. We believe that a jury trial is a great equalizer. Whereas the corporate attorneys and insurance companies often seem to hold all the cards in negotiations, we can level the playing field in front of a jury.

Experience That Counts

We are proud that all our partners are Board Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, which is among the highest honor a lawyer can achieve and one that only three percent of American lawyers have earned. When our attorneys are in your corner, you have the best working for you.

Schedule a Free Consultation

Contact us today for your free consultation. Our Wisconsin Personal injury Attorneys will even meet you at your home if that is more convenient for you. If you put us to work for you, you owe us nothing unless we win or settle your case. You deserve justice. You deserve the lawyers of Bye, Goff & Rohde.