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Personal Injury

The Stellpflug Law, S.C.team of personal injury attorneys is dedicated to protecting and fighting for the rights of injured people. Our personal injury attorneys fight everyday to ensure victims (our clients) get the full compensation they deserve for their injuries. While some cases can be resolved through negotiations, we are always ready to take a case to court when it is necessary. Everyone of our clients benefits from the combined wisdom and experience of our personal injury attorneys, as well as our exceptional staff.

Contact Stellpflug Law, S.C. if your personal Injury claim involves:
  • Dog Bites
  • Farm Injuries
  • Car Accidents
  • Pedestrian/Bicycle Accidents
  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Social Security Disability Benefits*
  • Truck Accidents
  • Work Injuries*
  • Wrongful Death
  • Construction Accidents


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if I have a personal injury case?
If you think another party may be responsible for your injury, the best way to find out whether you have a valid personal injury claim is to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our personal injury attorneys. We will evaluate your potential case and giving you guidance based upon the facts and the applicable law.

How much does it cost to hire an attorney?
A person who has suffered a personal injury does not pay any attorney fees unless the case is resolved and money is recovered for the client. If no money is recovered, the client does not pay any attorney's fees (called a "contingent fee agreement").

What is "negligence?"
In its most simple definition in civil law, negligence essentially means someone had a duty to exercise reasonable care, was careless, and as a result of being careless, someone else was injured. Negligence serves as the basis for a large number of personal injury lawsuits. Negligence is any conduct that falls below the recognized standard of behavior established by law for the protection of others against unreasonable risks of harm.

To establish negligence, an injured person must be able to prove or demonstrate in court that the defendant (the person being sued) had a duty to the plaintiff, the defendant breached that duty by failing to conform to the required standard of conduct, the defendant's negligent conduct was the cause of the harm to the plaintiff, and the plaintiff was, in fact, harmed or damaged.

If you take my case, what will I have to do?
First, we need to know more about your medical condition. You will be asked to supply us with a list of all doctors and hospitals you have visited as a result of the incident. While compiling the medical proof, we will coordinate with the defendant's insurance company. We will walk you through each step of the process, and as additional information is needed, we will coordinate and counsel with you.

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