From our Appleton office, we are Criminal Defense, OWI, DUI, DWI, Personal Injury, Divorce, Custody, Child Support attorneys providing quality legal services to
clients throughout the greater Fox River Valley and Northeastern Wisconsin areas, including Appleton, Green Bay, Oshkosh, Fond du Lac, Menasha, Neenah, Combined
Locks, Darboy, Hortonville, Greenville, Kimberly, Little Chute, Grand Chute, Allouez, Larson, Winneconne, Kaukauna, Wrightstown, De Pere, Ashwaubenon, Bellevue,
Chilton, Manitowoc, Sheboygan, Plymouth, Two Rivers, Outagamie County, Winnebago, Brown County, Fond du Lac County, Sheboygan County, Waupaca County,
Manitowoc County, Kewaunee County, Green Lake County and surrounding areas. If you are in need of a local attorney with extensive experience in legal representation,
whether it be in Brown County, Fond du Lac County or the greater Fox Valley, if you have been arrested for a DUI, OWI, drug case, domestic abuse, disorderly conduct,
white collar crime or are in need of a divorce lawyer or attorney to help represent you in a custody hearing, child support hearing or personal injury or car accident case,
then call your attorneys at Pitsch Law Offices, LLC.
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DUI. Divorce. Criminal. Injury
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|Affordable Legal Assistance
A. The Insurance Company Is Not your Friend.
If you are injured and it is not your fault you may be sustained. Whether it be a sliutomobile accident, you
must know what your rights and options are so that you can be fairly compensated for your injuries. Insurance
company agents often time portray themselves as friendly people out to help you. Don't be fooled, the
insurance agent is there to persuade you to take a quick and low dollar amount settlement to protect his or
her company. They are good at their job and may convince you that your case isn't worth much and that it is in
your best interest to settle. But, remember, they are not looking out for your best interests.
B. Can I Sue Even If Am Partially At Fault?
Contributory negligence does not bar recovery in an action by any person or the person’s legal representative
to recover damages for negligence resulting in death or in injury to person or property, if that negligence was
not greater than the negligence of the person against whom recovery is sought, but any damages allowed shall
be diminished in the proportion to the amount of negligence attributed to the person recovering.
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