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Automobile & Motorcycle Accidents Workers Compensation Social Security

Truck & Semi Accidents Paralysis & Brain Injuries Injuries to Children

Whiplash Burn Injuries Nursing Home Injuries

Wrongful Death Animal Bites Medical Malpractice

Farm Accidents Defective Products Mediation/Arbitration

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John P Richie, Wisconsin Attorney • View bio

Andrew Long, Paralegal •

Melissa Ludy, Paralegal •

Beverly Wickstrom, Wisconsin Attorney • View bio

Lisa Blaeser, Paralegal •

Dana J Wachs, Wisconsin Attorney • View bio

Sandee Glenz, Paralegal •

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NOTABLE CASES

The attorneys at Richie, Wickstrom & Wachs, LLP have successfully represented clients in many cases, large and small. Some of our more notable cases include the following:

  • $1.85 million settlement for a man whose arm was severely injured when it became entangled in a machine at work.
  • Successfully argued before the Wisconsin Supreme Court for worker's compensation benefits for those employed in sheltered employment settings.
  • Significant confidential settlement for the family of a 12 year old girl who died of carbon monoxide poisoning in her sleep as a result of a defective indoor pool heater.
  • Successfully argued before the Wisconsin Supreme Court in a case that determined the responsibilities of hospitals and others in providing secure facilities for mental health patients.
  • $1.3 million dollar settlement for the family of a businessman killed in an auto accident.
  • Successfully argued before the Wisconsin Supreme Court in a case that determined insurance coverage available for volunteers.
  • $1 million dollar settlement for the family of a woman killed as a result of medical malpractice.
  • Successfully argued before the Wisconsin Supreme Court in a case involving the scope of home owner's insurance coverage.
  • $6.2 million settlement as co-counsel for a woman permanently paralyzed as a result of medical malpractice.
  • Successfully argued before the Wisconsin Court of Appeals that a hospital must accept payments from an injured person's health maintenance organization rather than from the patient personally.
  • $2.78 million dollar settlement as co-counsel for a child permanently disabled at birth due to medical malpractice.
  • $1.1 million dollar settlement for a client badly injured by a drunk driver.
  • $1.3 million dollar settlement for a couple injured in a trucking accident.