Richard Fuller graduated with distinction from UW-Madison in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science degree and earned his law degree, cum laude, from Marquette University Law School in 1993. After graduation he clerked for the United States Federal Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. He then practiced law in Milwaukee and Waukesha for over ten years before joining the firm.
Rich’s practice emphasizes civil litigation involving many different types of disputes, including personal injury claims, insurance coverage and liability disputes, commercial/business disputes, real estate disputes, and construction disputes.
Rich has obtained many excellent results for his clients over the past 28 years, including obtaining a recent jury verdict in a personal injury case in the amount of $1.8 Million Dollars. Rich handles all aspects of the litigation process in state and federal courts including pre-suit negotiations to resolve claims, filing and defending lawsuits, conducting written discovery, document production and depositions, and conducting jury trials, trials to the court, and administrative hearings. He also handles cases through the appellate courts including the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Rich makes every effort to reduce the stress experienced by his clients, who may feel overwhelmed by the litigation dispute they are involved in. He utilizes his expertise to guide clients through the complex litigation process and enjoys working with clients to devise effective litigation strategies to achieve the best possible results in the most economical and efficient manner possible. Rich makes himself available to discuss with his clients all questions they have, and works closely with his clients to achieve the outcome they are seeking.