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If you or a loved one has been harmed as a result of someone’s negligence, it’s important to understand your legal rights and options for making things right. The medical bills, physical pain and mental anguish are not going away on their own, and you should not be left to bear the burden alone after being injured through no fault of your own.
In the Superior and surrounding areas of Wisconsin, you can rely on the experienced Superior personal injury lawyers of Nicolet Law Office to pursue the full financial compensation you deserve for medical costs, pain and suffering, lost earnings and other accident-related damages. Having our skilled team looking out for your interests can make all the difference as you begin down the road to recovery.
We understand that a serious accident can result in life-changing injuries. For the last decade, we have devoted our practice to helping individuals and families avoid financial peril as they fight to get healthy. Whether you are suffering from financial hardship and are considering bankruptcy, or you have been injured in an accident by someone else’s carelessness or reckless actions, the attorneys at Nicolet Law can provide the support you need.
Since the inception of our firm, we were dedicated to giving back through community involvement and charitable giving. Now that we are celebrating our 10-year anniversary, Nicolet Law Firm will be donating $10,000 to various charity organizations throughout the year. We call this the 10th Year Giving Program. We are proud to reach this milestone and understand that this accomplishment was only possible due to the great people in the communities we serve. This giving program is our way of saying thank you to our friends and neighbors, and helping to make our communities better places for everyone to live, work, and play.
To learn more about our community involvement or the firm’s 10th Year Giving Program, we encourage you to visit those specific pages.
For help with your injury case, bankruptcy issues, car accident, motorcycle accident or truck accident-related needs, slip-and-fall accident issues or workers’ comp and SSD questions, please contact our Superior office today.
Our Superior law office is conveniently located near the intersection of U.S. Highway 2 and Tower Avenue. The area is easily accessible via Highway 35 (from the south), U.S. Highway 53 (from the east and southeast), U.S. Highway 2 (from the west/from the Duluth area), or via Interstate 535 (from the north).
In addition to our typical services, our Superior office also offers representation to injured dockworkers and others who qualify for claims under the Jones Act/Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act.
No matter what sort of injury you have suffered or financial difficulties you are facing, we are here for you and your family. We are the North Shore’s injury and bankruptcy law firm.
Contrary to the image of “ambulance-chasing personal injury lawyers,” a personal injury attorney will help you seek financial resources that are specifically tied to the needs you have now and in the future as a result of the injuries you sustained. Personal injury damages cover your economic and noneconomic losses, such as:
Because Superior, Wisconsin on the shores of Lake Superior, the area sees increased traffic during the summer months. Increased traffic means an increase in accident risks. And, because of the area parks and the winter weather, the risk of suffering injuries in a slip or trip and fall accident is higher throughout the year.
Both types of accidents could cause severe injuries and put you out of work for some time. In many cases, you can recover damages if another person’s negligence caused the car accident or is the reason you slipped and fell.
If you suffered a personal injury in Superior, contact Nicolet Law Accident & Injury Lawyers.
You should take several steps after an accident, if possible. If you can move without causing additional damage to yourself, call first responders and check on others who might have suffered injuries in the accident or incident. Take photos of the accident scene, making sure to get all vehicles involved if you were in a car accident, the cause of a fall for a slip and fall, or the reason for a workplace accident.
Obtain the contact information for anyone else involved in the accident or incident. If you were in a car accident, obtain the other driver’s license, insurance, and registration information. Speak with witnesses to find out what they saw. You should also get a good phone number and/or email address for any witnesses.
Once the police release you from the scene, obtain medical attention, even if you feel your injuries are minor. Notify your employer if you suffered injuries in a workplace accident. Notify the property owner if you sustained injuries in a slip or trip and fall accident. For a vehicle accident, you can notify the insurance company, but only give it your contact information and your attorney’s contact information.
When people try to settle claims, they often leave money on the table. Insurance companies know that the average person does not know the law nor the tricks that the insurance companies play and will do anything they can to protect their bottom line.
However, when an attorney deals with the insurance company, it knows it can’t pull the wool over the attorney’s eyes with its tricks. The insurance company also knows that an accident victim who retains an attorney is more likely to take his or her case to court if the insurance company offers a low settlement number.
The initial case evaluation is always free. If we take your case, you only pay attorney’s fees if we secure compensation for you.
If another person caused your injuries because of negligent actions or inactions, you might have a case. The Superior, Wisconsin personal injury attorneys at Nicolet Law Accident & Injury Lawyers look at the facts of your case during the free case evaluation and can let you know if we believe you have a case.
Injuries depend on the severity of the accident. Any personal injury accident could result in several injuries, including:
The value of your case depends on the severity of your injuries. Injuries that cause long-term or permanent disabilities bring more because you have more medical expenses.
Recoverable damages include:
You should only give the insurance company your contact information, the date and location of the incident or accident, and your attorney’s contact information. The insurance company may twist your words in an attempt to deny your claim or to offer you a lower settlement amount. A lower amount might not pay all of your medical expenses, especially if your accident injuries cause permanent disabilities.
In most cases, you have up to three years to file a personal injury lawsuit in Superior. However, it is better to file sooner rather than later, since you not only get the compensation you deserve sooner, but you’ll remember more about the accident or incident if you file soon after the accident.
After suffering injuries or losing a loved one in an accident in Superior, the last thing you want to do is to fight with insurance companies. Let us fight for the compensation you deserve while you concentrate on getting well or take care of probate matters.
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Superior, WI 54880