How Are Personal Injury Settlements Paid Out in Wisconsin?
If you’ve been injured in a Wisconsin accident, what you probably want to know most is – when will I get my settlement money, and how will it be paid out to me? The short answer is that in Wisconsin, personal injury settlements are typically paid out in one of two ways: a lump sum […]Read More
Emotional Distress Examples in Personal Injury Cases: A Deep Dive with Welcenbach Law Offices, S.C.
When people think of personal injury claims, they often visualize broken bones, cuts, bruises, and other visible signs of harm. While these physical injuries are certainly important and deserve due compensation, the unseen damages – especially emotional distress – can have just as profound, if not more significant, effects on a victim’s life. At Welcenbach […]Read More
Why is My Lawyer Taking So Long to Settle My Case?
Have you ever wondered why your lawyer is taking so long to settle your case? Waiting for a resolution can bring about significant levels of uncertainty and stress. As an individual seeking justice and compensation for your personal injury, it’s natural to want timely closure. Keep reading to learn about the numerous factors that can […]Read More
Compensatory Damages vs. Punitive Damages: Knowing the Difference
When it comes to personal injury cases, understanding compensatory and punitive damages is crucial. Compensatory damages are intended to compensate the victim for their losses, while punitive damages are awarded to punish the defendant for their negligent or intentional misconduct. At Welcenbach Law Offices, we recognize the importance of navigating this complex legal landscape to […]Read More
TCE Exposure in Milwaukee: Your Legal Rights and Options
Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a chemical solvent that has been linked to serious health problems such as cancer, liver and kidney damage, and neurological disorders. Recently, residents of a Milwaukee apartment complex were displaced after high levels of TCE were found in the soil and groundwater. The cause was traced to the old Briggs and Stratton […]Read More