Milwaukee Personal Injury Attorneys at Murphy & Prachthauser Are Good Lawyers Who Help People
For more than 30 years, the Milwaukee personal injury attorneys at Murphy & Prachthauser have represented persons injured by the negligence of others. The firms’ attorneys have won multi-million dollar awards or settlements for dozens of clients. Our attorneys have achieved national and local recognition. The firm has received the highest possible rating for ability and ethics by Martindale-Hubbell, a peer review service that has been publishing its lawyer ratings for over a century.
At Murphy & Prachthauser we practice personal injury law the way it should be practiced – motivated and equipped to do our best for you. We take pride in being good lawyers who help people.
- $16.8 Million Verdict – Auto Accident Injured Volunteer – Reported by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
- $11.4 Million Verdict – Falling Merchandise in Retail Store – Wisconsin Law Journal
- $8 Million Verdict Automotive Design Defect – Defective Roof – Reported by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
- $5 Million Settlement – Automotive Design Defect – Defective Car Roof – Reported by Wisconsin State Journal
What Should You Do After a Bike Accident? P Pull your bike out of traffic R Request medical attention E Ensure someone has called the police S Snap a few pictures of the scene, your injuries, and your bike T Try to exchange information with the driver and any witnesses A Ask Murphy & Prachthauser […]
Have you ever been injured? Do you know someone who has been injured? After the accident/injury, did anybody tell you that you should sue? Did anyone tell you to sue so you could win millions of dollars at trial? While this is the common misconception of how tort law and trials work, it is not […]
Every person who uses the roadway – whether a pedestrian, motorist, or bicyclist – is required to use reasonable care to protect his or her own safety as well as the safety of others. To fall below that standard of care is to be negligent. Comparative negligence is comparing which party was less careful than […]