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Emily did our will and helped set up a trust; we enjoyed working with her found her responsive and knowledgable. I knew... more
Milwaukee  Emily Rapoport Oveissi

Emily Oveissi

Vienna, VA Estate Planning
Avvo rating No concern
I just went through a nasty divorce and had not thought very highly of lawyers because of this. My divorce lawyer... more
Milwaukee  Jason S Greenwood

Jason Greenwood

Fredericksburg, VA Bankruptcy / Chapter 7
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This was the most unpleasant dealing I've ever had with an attorney. He was awful, when we spoke he would rude and... more
Milwaukee  Russell L. Low

Russell Low

Dover, NJ Bankruptcy / Debt
Avvo rating 6.5
Grant helped me resolve a very complicated international settlement agreement. He is very knowledgeable on family law... more
Milwaukee  Grant W. Waterson

Grant Waterson

Little Falls, NJ Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.7
I am 70+ years, attended MIT, own 3,000+ acres of land in 5 NY Counties comprising 90+ Titles, and have used a dozen or... more
Milwaukee  David Lee Foster

David Foster

Millbrook, NY Litigation
Avvo rating 6.5
Unfortunately, I had the pleasure of being assigned to Mr. May who was very curt on the phone and provided incorrect... more
Milwaukee  Mathew L. May

Mathew May

San Bernardino, CA Real Estate
Avvo rating 6.5
After three years of delays he up and quits with a one day notice. Left me with only one option to have his brother... more
Milwaukee  Robert Payne Cave Jr.

Robert Cave

Charlotte, NC Family
Avvo rating No concern
Very attentive and thorough. Highly recommended.
Milwaukee  Christopher Thomas DeMatteo

Christopher DeMatteo

New Haven, CT Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.0


practicing lawyers in Milwaukee

In an early worker's rights case, Chamberlain v. Milwaukee and Mississippi Railroad Company, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that employers could be held liable if an employee's negligent action injured another employee.

Mr. Chamberlain was working as a messenger when he was asked by the engineer of the train he was on to act as a brakeman for the trip from Milwaukee to Madison.

Due to negligent actions by the engineer, Chamberlain was thrown from the train and seriously injured. The subsequent lawsuit sparked a fierce legal battle that twice reached the Wisconsin Supreme Court.