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I highly recommend Jaime. While there were a couple of things in my case that she had not had the opportunity... more
Milwaukee  Jaime L. Fischer

Jaime Fischer

Milwaukee, WI Divorce / Separation
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Horrible experience, gladly took my money and filed the bankruptcy. When a question came up - it turned out... more
Milwaukee  Steven Kiyoshi Murakami

Steven Murakami

Rochester, MN Bankruptcy / Debt
Avvo rating 7.7
I can't say enough good things about this attorney. Joseph took my DUI case and worked what I consider to be... more
Milwaukee  Joseph Vincent Camarata

Joseph Camarata

Temecula, CA DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 10.0
I was a client of this Attorney for over 2 yrs. He was not concern about anything else but his fees and his... more
Milwaukee  Daniel Louis Feder

Daniel Feder

San Francisco, CA Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 9.4
Mr. Salfi represented me in a foreclosure lawsuit by a large bank. When I first went to see him he listened... more
Milwaukee  Dominick Joseph Salfi

Dominick Salfi

Altamonte Springs, FL Family
Avvo rating 7.6
Joseph Lacome helped me file an affidavit of heirship to protect my cousin's estate from an interloper. His... more
Milwaukee  Joseph Kenneth Lacome

Joseph Lacome

Securities Offerings
Avvo rating 6.4
Josh is a great lawyer and really takes an interest in you and your family. He is honest, straightforward and... more
Milwaukee  Joshua M Blumenreich

Joshua Blumenreich

Phoenix, AZ Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.4
I cannot say enough good things about Robert Norell. He has helped me with two separate cases, both with... more
Milwaukee  Robert Scott Norell

Robert Norell

Plantation, FL Employment / Labor
Avvo rating 7.5


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.