Chippewa County, Wisconsin Employment Lawyers
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My mission as an attorney is to help clients understand their rights and to guide them through complicated and oftentimes emotional court procedures. Day to day I concentrate on listening to clients, returning phone calls promptly, fighting for clients' rights and educating clients on what to expect from their cases. I specialize in family law, including divorce, adoption, custody and child support cases. I also specialize in criminal defense, making sure that the constitutional rights of those charged with a crime are protected. I am an experienced trial attorney. In the business arena, I help small businesses implement their business plans...
I often tell clients that usually when you think you need a lawyer, it is probably too late. In many situations, consulting an attorney as soon as possible may save you time, money, and difficulty on the back end. In my practice, I routinely help clients avoid problems down the road. However, some problems may be unavoidable and people find themselves in situations where they need the immediate help of an attorney. For example, I primarily work as a criminal defense attorney. Just because you have been accused of a crime does not mean you are guilty; nor...
Matthew Biegert graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in Madison. After graduation, he clerked for the Hon. Thomas Cane before joining his current firm of Doar, Drill & Skow. He became a partner in 1996 and has spent his career actively fighting for the rights of his clients.
Tracy received his law degree from the University of Minnesota in 1990, where he served as Articles Editor for the Minnesota Law Review. He received a B.A. from the University of Minnesota in 1987. He is Board Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a Civil Trial Specialist and focuses on plaintiff's personal injury. Tracy N. Tool is a civil litigator experienced in a wide range of substantive areas of law. He uses the legal process to restore the balance of power and to remind big corporations and insurance companies that injured clients must be...
Personal Data: Born in Stevens Point WI on April 24, 1951 Education: B.A. from University of Wisconsin in 1974 J.D. University of San Diego and University of Wisconsin in 1979 (cum laude) Admitted to Wisconsin Bar in 1979 Professional Activities: Member Order of the Coif. Member Wood County Bar Association Member American Bar Association Member State Bar of Wisconsin
Wood County, WI Employment Law Lawyer.
103 S Central Avenue, Suite 201
Marshfield, WI 54449
Marshfield, WI 54449
Employment, Criminal, Divorce and Workers' Comp
Facing a legal issue can be a trying and scary time. Our laws and legal system often appear confusing and, at times, unjust. My goal as an attorney is to make the legal system more accessible by helping clients understand their rights. Each client has a unique situation that deserves individualized and personal attention. Keeping these things in mind, the client is always my number one priority. I listen to each client to determine his or her individual needs and expectation. I promptly return phone calls and emails to answer any questions or concerns a client may have. Finally, I...
(715) 423-8200 170 Third St N
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
David Zoeller joined the law firm of Hawks Quindel in June 2009 as an associate attorney after practicing as an employment and class action litigation attorney in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mr. Zoeller has represented employees in multiple nationwide class and collective actions, and focuses his practice on wage and hour litigation under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Mr. Zoeller also represents clients in employee benefits disputes (ERISA), labor litigation, social securiy disability appeals, and employment discrimination litigation.
Attorney Micabil Diaz has been practicing law over 26 years. His legal career can succinctly be summarized as one of service; both at the governmental and the not-for profit arena. His career includes significant litigation experience in both state and federal venues, including the military pursuant to the Uniformed Code of Military Justice. Upon his honorable discharge from military service, Attorney Diaz returned to Wisconsin where he appeared as the attorney of record in over 200 cases in courts throughout the state, representing individuals and institutions in a myriad of legal areas. As to...
As a litigator, Alan Olson helps his wrongfully discharged clients recover their lost pay and benefits. He has argued four of his cases to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, resulting in expansion of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing for employees, as well as increased protection for employees in retaliatory discharge cases. Undaunted by huge insurance companies, Alan repeatedly sues them in federal courts across the United States in order to recover long-term disability benefits for his disabled clients. Alan also sues big corporations when they defraud the government and retaliate against the employee who blew the whistle. As...