Diligent Representation For Those Injured In Car Accidents

There is no such thing as a simple car accident claim. Complex issues require the diligence of a seasoned personal injury attorney. That is the type of representation we provide our clients at Sparr, Belville & Brown, LLC, in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

When You’re Injured In An Accident That’s Not Your Fault, And No One Seems To Care – We Can Help

In one split second, your life changes following a car accident. If you think no one cares, you are wrong. We care. For compassionate and aggressive representation, contact us at 920-335-1413.

You Face Hazards With Dangerous And Uninsured Drivers

Negligence in a car accident can take many forms. An inattentive or impaired driver is a hazard while behind the wheel of an automobile or truck. That car driver could also be uninsured or underinsured, creating more difficulties in getting the compensation you deserve for your injuries. We pursue claims against uninsured or underinsured at-fault drivers through your own insurance plan which provides available compensation.

You May Need Legal Advocacy Following A Car Accident

Following an auto wreck, people can feel confused, frustrated and angry. Add to that the physical pain from injury or grief after a loved one dies in a fatal accident. You need immediate advocacy for a personal injury or wrongful death claim. We represent injured people, and we don’t represent insurance companies.

We Will Build Your Case Based On The Facts

After your free initial consultation, we will start collecting medical reports, medical bills, police reports on the accident, and the negligent driver’s driving record and insurance information. By building your case based on the facts, we can better secure a settlement in negotiation, mediation or verdict in court that reflects the extent of the damage you suffered.

Contact Us At Our Oshkosh Offices

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding a car accident, please contact us. We take all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning we don’t get paid until we get money for you.