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Posted on October 16, 2017 Uncategorized
Wisconsin’s Right to Privacy Statute
Wisconsin law recognizes a right to privacy and permits individuals to bring civil actions for damages resulting from an invasion of that privacy. Here is how Wisconsin defines an invasion of privacy:
The right to privacy statute does not define what constitutes “reasonable,” leaving it to courts to judge each case’s particular facts and circumstances on a case-by-case basis.
There are several remedies available to you if a court determines that your right to privacy has been invaded. Those remedies are:
However, if the court determines that your invasion of privacy lawsuit is frivolous, then the defendant may be entitled to reasonable fees and costs. The law considers an action frivolous if it was commenced in bad faith or to harass the defendant, or if it is not a viable claim.
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Contact the personal injury attorneys at Bye, Goff & Rohde today for a free consultation if you have suffered damages from an invasion of privacy. We can help you recover the compensation that you deserve.