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Jason Todd Studinski

Jason Todd Studinski

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A tireless advocate for his clients, Jason Studinski has earned a reputation as one of Wisconsin and Stevens Point’s most respected lawyers.

The youngest of six, Wisconsin lawyer Jason Studinski, grew up in Stevens Point, Wisconsin spending most of his time outdoors. Ahead of his class from an early age, Jason graduated high school early and immediately joined the Wisconsin Army National Guard. He would later make his way through college thanks to multiple scholarships, military service and part-time jobs. In just three and one half years, Jason graduated summa cum laude from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

In 1998, Jason graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School as a member of the Moot Court team and a published author. Ever since he has been tirelessly representing Wisconsin victims in accident, injury or neglect cases where they have been wronged or injured unjustly.

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What makes Jason Studinski different?

A tireless advocate for the forgotten, the abused and the victimized, Jason does more than simply handle cases. He has written numerous articles and lectured in the United States and Canada on nursing home abuse and neglect and other issues relating trial advocacy. One of Jason's goals is to share what he has learned to help lawyers across the country better represent their clients. Jason approaches his clients and his cases with an open attitude and a caring heart. He believes that lawyers win for their clients primarily because they listen, understand and discover the compelling story of the case. The client, not the lawyer, is the central figure.

In his time away from work, Jason enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons. His hobbies include hunting, dog training, fishing, canoeing, hiking and reading. Jason and his family live in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.



Practice areas


  1. Personal Injury: 100%



Contingent (33-40%)

Payment types:

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  • Adam A Studnicki

    Jason is a valuable asset to this community. His dedication to the law and his clients is admirable.


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Contact info

Studinski Law LLC

2810 Gilman Drive
Plover, WI, 54467


WIGood Standing199803/23/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Top Contributor - 2013AVVO2013
Leader in the LawWisconsin Law Journal2011
F. Scott Baldwin AwardAmerican Association for Justice, New Lawyers Division2006
Recognition Award - Chair of the New Lawyers SectionWisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers2003
ATLA Trial Advocacy ScholarshipAssociation of Trial Lawyers of America1997
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AttorneyStudinski Law, LLC2010 - Present
AttorneyAtterbury, Kammer & Studinski, S.C.2009 - 2010
AttorneyKammer & Studinski, S.C.2001 - 2009
Association namePosition nameDuration
Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers AssociationBoard of Directors2011 - Present
National Trial Lawyers AssociationTop 100 Trial Lawyers - Wisconsin2009 - Present
Taos Injury LawyersN/A2008 - Present
Melvin M. Belli SocietyN/A2008 - Present
State Bar of WisconsinN/A1998 - Present
Wisconsin Association for JusticeFormer Board of Directors and Chair of New Lawyers Section1998 - Present
American Association for JusticeN/A1998 - Present
Academy of Trial AdvocacyN/AN/A
Publication nameTitleDate
The Verdict (Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers)Trucking Litigation - Lessons Learned, Pitfalls for the Unwary, and Finding Crucial Evidence2014
Book - Word Association PublishersHow To Keep Your Loved One Safe In A Wisconsin Nursing Home2011
BookThe Real World Guide To Buying Car And Motorcycle Insurance In Wisconsin2009
Book7 Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Wisconsin Accident Case2009
Wisconsin Lawyer magazineAbuse And Neglect In Long-Term Care Facilities: The Civil Justice System's Response2004
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Wisconsin Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor1998
University of Wisconsin, Stevens PointPolitical ScienceBA - Bachelor of Arts1994
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Signature EventEnhancing Damages For Your Elderly Clients2015
Auto Crash Litigation 3.0Enhancing Damages For The Elderly Plaintiff2015
Spring SeminarHandling Truck Wreck Cases - Hot Topics2014
David vs. Goliath: How to Win Commercial Truck and Bus Cases and Get Your Clients the Help They NeedHot Topics In Trucking Litigation2014
Auto Crash Litigation 3.0Maximizing Damages For The Elderly Plaintiff2014
Car Crash Symposium 2013Hot Topics: Trucking Litigation2013
Personal Injury Litigators Summit - 2012Enhancing Damages For Elderly Clients2012
Monthly MeetingHot Topics In Elder Abuse Litigation: The Changing Nature Of Your Practice2012
State Bar of Wisconsin, Solo and Small Firm SectionStarting A Law Practice - Panel Discussion2011
Spring SeminarEnhancing Damages For The Elderly - The Changing Nature Of Your Practice2010
Legal Ethics For Everyday PracticeLegal Ethics For Everyday Practice2010
Trucking Litigation GroupThe Elderly Client In A Catastrophic Case2009
Absolute Litigators - 2009: Winning In Changing TimesEnhancing Damages for the Elderly - The Changing Nature Of Your Practice2009
Tort & Technique UpdateA Primer on Nursing Home Arbitration Clauses: Help May Be On The Way2008
Winter SeminarAccessing Corporate Employees Using ABA Model Rule 4.22006
Nursing Home Cases: Advanced Discovery Issues - TeleseminarAccessing Corporate Employees Using ABA Model Rule 4.22006
Nursing Home Litigation Group SeminarPressure Ulcer Cases: Using Clinical Practice Guidelines To Prove Bad Conduct2005
Annual ConventionScreening & Selecting Nursing Home Cases2005
Tort and Technique Update SeminarScreening & Selecting Nursing Home Cases2004
Winter SeminarEnhancing Damages Through The Tort of Negligent Entrustment2002