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Lawsuit Filed Against Acting Milwaukee County Executive Lee Holloway January 25, 2011

Posted by Attorney Jonathan Groth in FAQ Personal Injury.

Today Groth Law Firm, S.C. filed a Summons and Complaint in Milwaukee County Circuit Court on behalf of a victim who fell at an apartment complex owned by the Living Trust for acting Milwaukee County Executive Lee Holloway. The Complaint alleges that the apartment complex had received as many as 110 violations of the Milwaukee County Building Code.  In October 2010 Groth Law Firm, S.C. asked Lee Holloway for the name of the insurance company that provides coverage for this apartment complex.  His only response was an eviction action filed against the tenant.  Since that point the acting County Executive has said of the victim, “We’re evicting her ass.”  In addition, Groth Law Firm, S.C. alleges that the County Executive sent an armed thug to intimidate the victim after his attempts to evict her failed.  After filing the lawsuit Attorney Jonathan Groth commented, “For years Lee Holloway has chosen to allow his tenants to live in the worst conditions imaginable.  Instead of acting professionally or even with a tiny bit of civility, Lee Holloway has chosen to ignore our request for his insurance company.  Instead, he’s lashed out at the victim and sent a thug to try to intimidate her.  My client has a serious knee injury because of Lee Holloway’s choice to put profits over safety.  Someone has to hold Lee Holloway accountable.”

For questions about this or other cases handled by Groth Law Firm, S.C. please contact Attorney Jonathan Groth at 877-375-7001.


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