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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Best of the Bar : #1 Worker's Comp Attorney||Fox Cities Magazine||1996|
|In-house counsel defense attorney||Wausau Insurance||1986 - 1994|
|Legal Intern for Justice Louis Ceci||Wisconsin Supreme Court||1986 - 1986|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|7th Circuit Court of Appeals||Licensed Bar member||1994 - Present|
|Outagamie County Bar Association||member||1991 - Present|
|Wisconsin Association of Worker's Compensation Attorneys||Past President||2011 - 2011|
|Wisconsin Association of Worker's Compensation Attorneys||President||2010 - 2010|
|Wisconsin Association of Worker's Compensation Attorneys||Board Member||2008 - 2009|
|Wisconsin Association for Justice, Worker's Compensation Committee||member||2003 - 2012|
|RENDERMAN v REGENT INSURANCE CO||Employer appealed LIRC decision to circuit court and lost. Injured worker received ALL claimed benefits.|
|Agrilink Foods v. L.I.R.C., 2007AP597||Insurance carrier made to pay EVERYTHING for this poor worker's disabilty caused by her injury and need for 2 knee replacements.|
|Manka v. American Family Mutual Ins.||Case caused the DOUBLING of the monies previously paid for such surgeries, resulting in the payment of additional hundreds of Thousands of Dollars to injured workers across the state!|
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|U Of Wisconsin||Law||Juris Doctor; Cum Laude||1986|
|Michigan State University||Dual Major: Political Science & Psychology||BA - Bachelor of Arts; with High Honors||1975|
|Outagamie Bar Association January meeting||Litigation Tips, Tricks, and Ethics||2009|
|5th Annual Worker's Compensation Seminar||Attorney's Fees Update||2007|
|30th Anual Worker's Compensation Seminar||Constitutionality of Retroactive Application of ppd max rate to injuries before effective date||2006|
|Wisconsin Public Radio; Larry Meiller Show||Wisconsin Worker's Compensation||2005|
|Worker's Compensation In Wisconsin||Retraining Claims Under DVR's New Policy Procedures||1999|
Posted by Emmett
I would not hesitate to mention Atty. John Edmondson as one of the best atty.'s for workplace injury cases to anyone who may need an Atty., and I give this Atty. my full endorsement.
Atty. Edmondson is honest and sincere about his work, and will give his clients a full and clear understanding of the process that will get them the best possible outcome. Mr Edmondson puts his best efforts forth for his clients needs. Atty. Edmondson does not believe in selling out his clients for personal gain. He works for his cients.
Atty. Edmondson displays professionallism, is highly experienced in court room antics and tells it the way it is.
I am very happy and more than satisfied with the representation Atty. Edmondson has given me in my case. He was there when I had a question that needed an answer, never kept me waiting for a reply, very responsive in getting things done on a precision time-line, and always left me feeling good about his abilities to perform, and to promote progress in my case.
Raymond Clausen, Workers compensation Attorney
John Edmondson and I worked together for a number of years, defending employers and insurance carriers. John then started his own practice, representing injured employees. He takes great interest in his clients, and provides them aggressive, thoughtful representation. His knowledge of worker's compensation law, and the history of worker's compensation law, is deep. John is an expert. I endorse him without reservation.
Brandon Kuhl, Criminal defense Attorney
I endorse this lawyer. I asked John for some advice on a workers compensation matter, and he sat with me on the phone for 25 minutes explaining, in detail, what I needed to consider further. He came off as humble and intelligent. His clients are fortunate to work with him.