Congratulations to Attorney Richard H. Fuller

Congratulations to Attorney Richard H. Fuller

Anderson O’Brien congratulates Attorney Richard H. Fuller for his recent success in obtaining an excellent and well-deserved personal injury jury verdict on behalf of one of our clients. Our client sustained severe neck injuries in an automobile collision that necessitated surgery. After several years of intense litigation, our client and the insurance company involved could not reach a settlement. Attorney Fuller proceeded to take the case to a jury trial in Portage County Circuit Court in order to obtain full compensation for our client for her medical bills, wage loss, past and future pain and suffering and for her permanent injuries. After a four-day trial, the jury awarded a verdict in the amount of $1.769 million for her damages. This was over $1 million more than the insurance company’s last offer to settle, which was made on the day before the trial started.

This verdict is one of a number of outstanding verdicts obtained by our team of experienced and exceptional litigation attorneys and support staff who handle a wide variety of cases, including personal injury, products liability, business, commercial, employment and real estate. Our firm has the experienced attorneys to assist you in all aspects of litigation, including taking your case to trial, in order to achieve the best results possible.

 

Fall 2018 Newsletter

Fall 2018 Newsletter

The latest edition of the Anderson O’Brien Legal Newsletter is now available. This edition includes articles on vacation rentals and restrictive covenants, civil liberties and religious rights in the workplace, and long-term care and insurance considerations. Click the titles below to read the full articles, or download a copy of the newsletter to your computer or mobile device.

Vacation Rentals and Restrictive Covenants
By Attorney Amy A. Jahnke

Masterpiece Cakeshop: A Collision Course of Civil Liberties and Religious Rights
By Attorney Brian G. Formella

Long-Term Care and Insurance Considerations
By Attorney Amy J. Eddy

Welcome Attorney Steven H. Thompson

Welcome Attorney Steven H. Thompson

We are very happy to announce that Steven Thompson has joined our Firm as an associate. Steven was raised in Eagle River, Wisconsin, and graduated with highest honors from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in 2015. He went on to graduate with honors from University of Wisconsin Law School in 2018. In law school Steven became interested in business and estate planning law, and served as the law school’s representative with the Real Property Probate and Trust Section of the State Bar. He also completed his concentration in Estate Planning with honors. Steven will be practicing in the areas of estate planning, real estate, and business law.

Settling an Insurance Claim After an Injury

You’re on your way to your daughter’s soccer game, when out of nowhere a distracted driver hits you.  You go to the hospital in pain and are told you have whiplash.

The next day the insurance company calls.  They offer you $500 and to cover your medical bills for 30 days to settle the claim.  Despite still being in pain, you reluctantly accept it.

Three weeks later you’re still in pain and told you have a serious neck injury that will require more medical treatments and time away from work.  You immediately reach out to your insurance company again, but are told there is nothing they can do because the claim has already been settled.

After an accident, make sure you know the full extent of your injuries before settling a claim.  If you need help, call one of our experienced personal injury attorneys at Anderson O’Brien Law Firm.

 

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Spring 2018 Newsletter

The latest edition of the Anderson O’Brien Legal Newsletter is now available.  As you can see, we have redesigned the layout and incorporated our new branding elements.  This edition includes articles on insurance coverage, workplace harassment, and estate planning.  Click the titles below to read the full articles, or download a copy of the newsletter to your computer or mobile device.

Life Events Require a Fresh Look at Insurance Coverage
By Attorney Brad Yanke

Harassment in the Headlines, Employers in the Headlights?
By Attorney Brian Formella

I Signed My Will, Now What?
By Attorney Katherine Young

 

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