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​Experienced Legal Representation In The Chippewa Falls Area

While Chippewa Falls is famous for its babbling springs and bubbly beers, we’re known for trusted, tailored, compassionate and affordable legal representation.

Are you in search of an attorney in Chippewa Falls? Nicolet Law Accident & Injury Lawyers offers a full range of personal injury, workers’ compensation, disability, and bankruptcy services to clients throughout western Wisconsin and eastern Minnesota.

We understand the unique situations that clients in this region face, and we have an informed perspective on how local courts operate-because we’re local, too.

While Chippewa Falls is just a short 20-minute drive from our office in Eau Claire, we have a number of convenient office locations in western Wisconsin and eastern Minnesota:

How We Can Help You

We provide quality, affordable legal representation for people experiencing life-altering circumstances:

Were you injured in a car accident? Chippewa Falls is situated mere miles from Interstate 94. If you were injured in a car accident while traveling on I-94 (or any Wisconsin roadway), we can help you seek the maximum compensation for your injuries. Insurance companies are only concerned with their bottom line. A trusted attorney will work diligently on your behalf-with your best interest in mind.

If you were seriously injured or immobilized following an accident, we can arrange to meet you at your home.

Were you injured at work? If you were injured on the job in Chippewa Falls, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. While most Wisconsinites are protected under the Workers’ Compensation Act, many claims are unjustly denied by insurers. We can help you navigate this complex legal terrain, seeking benefits on your behalf.

Are you disabled and unable to work? The disabled community is especially vulnerable to claim denials because their disability often hinders them from complying with strict eligibility requirements. We can help you pursue the Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits you deserve or assist with appealing a previously denied claim.

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Personal Injury FAQ

Getting hurt in a preventable accident in Chippewa Falls, WI can leave you struggling to know what to do next, or where to turn for help. It almost always raises a slew of questions about your legal and financial rights.

Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions people tend to ask about personal injury cases in Chippewa Falls. To get answers to questions specific to your situation, contact an experienced Chippewa Falls personal injury lawyer at Nicolet Law Accident & Injury Lawyers today.

I got hurt in an accident in Chippewa Falls. Now what?

First and most importantly, get the medical care you need right away, and do what your doctor advises. Not only does getting medical care protect your health, it also helps to preserve your legal rights to compensation by creating important documentary evidence of your injury, treatment, and healing process.

Once you’ve dealt with your immediate medical needs, contact an experienced personal injury lawyer for guidance about your rights and the steps you should take next.

Do I have to call a lawyer right away? Can’t I wait?

No one can force you to call a lawyer at any particular time, but in our years of experience, we can tell you it’s always a good idea not to wait. Cases are strongest when evidence is available and witness memories are fresh. The sooner you have an attorney working to collect and present that evidence for you, the better your chances of securing the money you need to pay for your injury.

Plus, in most cases, Wisconsin law gives you at most three years (and sometimes as little as a few months) to take legal action for damages. If you miss a deadline for filing a lawsuit or insurance claim, you risk losing your rights to compensation. Calling an attorney as soon as possible limits your risk of missing a deadline and ending up empty-handed.

Can I just represent myself?

You can, but that’s not always a good idea.

The fact is, adjusters and insurance defense attorneys who work in personal injury law all for insurance companies will not likely take you seriously if you try to represent yourself. At least some of them will try to take advantage of your lack of experience, which can cost you in terms of money you will not receive, and rights you will lose.

Hiring an experienced personal injury lawyer protects your rights and gives you the only realistic shot you have securing maximum compensation for your personal injuries.

So, why did an insurance company tell me I don’t need a lawyer?

To take advantage of you and pay you as little money as possible. Insurance companies know that if you have a lawyer on your side, you will have an advocate who knows the law and fights for every last penny you have the right to receive under Wisconsin law. That costs them money.

What damages can I get for my personal injury?

Every case differs, but in general, you may seek compensation for:

  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Lost wages and loss of future economic opportunities
  • Property damage
  • Out-of-pocket expenses caused by your injury
  • Pain and suffering
  • Diminished quality of life

A skilled Chippewa Falls personal injury lawyer works with you to identify every facet of your injury and the toll it has taken on your life. That way, any legal action the lawyer takes on your behalf will seek the maximum compensation allowable under Wisconsin law. In some cases, that compensation may even include punitive damages, which punish the at fault party for malicious or intentional misconduct.

How much is my personal injury case worth?

As the list of potential damages above reflects, it depends in large part on the type and severity of your injury. Typically, the worse the injury, the higher the medical bills and other expenses you face, the more income you lose, and the greater your pain and suffering.

A skilled attorney can help you maximize the value of your case by working to collect critical evidence to prove your claim, and by identifying as many parties as possible who may face legal liability to you for your damages. By investing time and effort in building a strong case, an attorney increases the chances of securing maximum settlements from insurance companies, and maximum awards from judges and juries.

Will there be a trial?

Probably not. Most Chippewa Falls personal injury cases get settled out of court, before trial. But because some cases do not settle, it’s important to hire a personal injury attorney with a proven track record of getting results both in and out of the courtroom.

How much does it cost to hire a personal injury lawyer in Chippewa Falls?

It doesn’t cost you a penny up-front, and it only costs you anything if the lawyer succeeds in getting you paid.

Experienced Chippewa Falls personal injury attorneys offer free consultations, and they almost always work for their clients on contingency. That means their only fee comes out of money they secure on your behalf. If you don’t get paid, they don’t get paid.

How long until my case is over?

It depends on a variety of factors, most of which are out of your control. Those factors include the complexity of the case, the amount of disagreement between the parties over issues like liability and damages amounts, and the timing of settlement negotiations and other steps in the process.

You do control one crucial aspect of the timing of your case, however. The sooner you connect with a skilled personal injury lawyer, the sooner the rest of the process of getting you the money you deserve can play out.

What should I do if a claims adjuster calls me?

Ideally, you should refer the adjuster to your personal injury lawyer, if you already have one.

If you haven’t hired a lawyer yet, the safest course of action is usually to politely decline to talk to the adjuster and to contact an attorney right away. Speaking with an insurance adjuster without the protection of an attorney can put your claim and rights at risk.

To learn more about obtaining compensation for your personal injury in Chippewa Falls, contact an experienced attorney at Nicolet Law Accident & Injury Lawyers today.

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Wisconsin Locations:

402 Graham Ave.
Suite 305
Eau Claire, WI 54701

Phone: (715) 835-5959
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Green Bay, WI 54301
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Hudson, WI 54016

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La Crosse, WI 54601

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New Richmond, WI 54017

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Rice Lake, WI 54868

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River Falls, WI 54022

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Superior, WI 54880

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Wausau, WI 54403

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Duluth, MN 55802

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Hibbing, MN 55746

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Minneapolis, MN 55414
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