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M Magazine’s Leading Lawyers 2013 June 26, 2013

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Congratulations to Milwaukee’s Leading Lawyers!  M Magazine asked www.AVVO.com to help come up with the top 2 to 5 percent in certain categories of the law.  The Personal Injury List includes Attorney Jon Groth.  Thanks Avvo and M Magazine for this honor!

 

Personal Injury

Jesse Blocher    
Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.
W23755 Stone Ridge Drive, Suite 100, Waukesha 

Charles Blumenfield    
Blumenfield & Shereff LLP
1001 W. Glen Oaks Lane, Mequon 

Merrick Domnitz    
Domnitz & Skemp S.C.
825 N. Jefferson St., fifth floor, Milwaukee 

Jonathan Groth    
Groth Law Firm, S.C.
13035 W. Bluemound Road, Suite 205, Brookfield 
(414) 375-2030    

Ann Jacobs    
Domnitz & Skemp S.C.
825 N. Jefferson St., fifth floor, Milwaukee 

Robert Jaskulski    
Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.
777 E. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 2300, Milwaukee 

Lynn Laufenberg    
Laufenberg, Jassak & Laufenberg S.C.
115 S. 84th St., Suite 250, Milwaukee 

Michael Levine    
The Law Offices of Robert A. Levine
111 E. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 1710, Milwaukee 

David McCormick    
The Previant Law Firms S.C.
1555 N. Rivercenter Drive, Suite 202, Milwaukee 

Jason Oldenburg    
The Previant Law Firms S.C.
1555 N. Rivercenter Drive, Suite 202, Milwaukee 

Jeffrey Pitman    
Pitman, Kyle, Sicula & Dentice S.C.
1110 N. Old World 3rd St., Suite 510, Milwaukee 

Edward Robinson    
Cannon & Dunphy
595 N. Barker Road, Brookfield 

Randall Rozek    
Rozek Law Offices
407 W. Silver Spring Drive, Milwaukee 

Paul Scoptur
Aiken & Scoptur S.C.
2600 N. Mayfair Road, Milwaukee 

Christopher Strohbehn    
Gimbel Reilly Guerin & Brown LLP
330 E. Kilbourn Ave., Suite 1170, Milwaukee 

Kent Tess-Mattner    
Schmidt, Rupke, Tess-Mattner & Fox S.C.
17100 W. North Ave., Brookfield 

Mark Thomsen    
Cannon & Dunphy, 595 N. Barker Road, Brookfield 

Timothy Trecek    
Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.
777 E. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 2300, Milwaukee 

Linda Vanden Heuvel    
Vanden Heuvel & Dineen S.C.
N11086 Stonewood Drive, Menomonee Falls

Benjamin Wagner    
Habush Habush & Rottier S.C.
777 E. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 2300, Milwaukee
    
Robert Welcenbach    
Welcenbach Law Offices S.C.
2100 N. Mayfair Road, Suite 102, Milwaukee 
   

New Client Testimonial May 22, 2013

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Thanks again to our clients for their support over the years. We just received another great recommendation:

I am extremely grateful to have had Jon as my attorney for my personal injury case. I feel Jon went above and beyond to make sure I received the settlement I deserved for my injuries. Every aspect of my case was taken care of by Jon and his wonderful staff and I can honestly say that I was in good hands from beginning to end.

Please contact our firm with any questions or helpful information toll free at 877-375-7001 or visit our website http://www.grothlawfirm.com/contactWisconsinLawyer.asp.

Groth Law Firm, S.C.’s 3rd Birthday March 1, 2013

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Groth Law Firm, S.C.'s 3rd Birthday

Happy Birthday Groth Law Firm, S.C. Three years ago today we opened our doors. Thanks to everyone who helped us along the way.

Attorney Groth’s Interview on WIBA 1310 Madison February 23, 2013

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Attorney Groth’s Interview on WIBA 1310 Madison

Listen to Attorney Groth’s interview on News/Talk 1310 in Madison.  

Apps to Stop Texting While Driving February 22, 2013

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Apps to Stop Texting While Driving

I found this interesting article about various apps that will prevent a phone from texting while driving.  The app works with the phone’s GPS to see how fast the phone is moving.  If it is moving faster than a person can walk the phone is blocked from texting.  I haven’t tried it.  In theory it would prevent someone from texting while driving a car or while on a bike or bicycle.  If you are a passenger in a car you can answer a timed question to unlock the app.  Maybe a good idea for parents with teenage kids. 

Attorney Jonathan Groth’s Interview on Chicago’s WGN 720 February 19, 2013

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Attorney Jonathan Groth’s Interview on Chicago’s WGN 720

Attorney Groth was a guest on the Bill Leff show on Chicago’s WGN 720.  Listen to the podcast when you have a chance. 

Attorney Groth on Chicago’s WGN 720 February 19, 2013

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Thanks again to Bill Leff for the opportunity to speak about the Intentional Tort of Texting, Trial by Google, Facebook and Litigation and the many other interesting questions from the audience. It’s always a pleasure being a guest on the show.

News Article about Groth Law Firm, S.C., Injury Litigation and Social Media January 23, 2013

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Brookfield Patch recently interviewed Attorney Jon Groth about Groth Law Firm, S.C. An article about the firm was published today. Much of the article talks about how attorneys should counsel their clients on the use of social media after a collision.

If you were injured in a collision be sure to contact the Groth Law Firm, S.C. for advice on how best protect yourself. 877-375-7001

$700 Offer From Progressive Insurance January 21, 2013

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These past few weeks our law firm has been contacted by two people rear ended by others insured by Progressive. In each case Progressive sent an adjuster to the injured person’s home within a few days of the collision. In one case, the injured person called my office the day of the meeting. In the other case the injured party waited until after the meeting to call my office.

Can you guess the result?

Let’s start with the bad news first. The person who waited to call until after the meeting actually waiting a few months to call. At the time of the meeting he was still treating with his doctor. He told the insurance adjuster that he went to the doctor and had other appointments in the future (i.e. after that meeting). The adjuster presented him with a “standard Release” that offered to pay for the past medical care (a few doctors visits) and up to $1,500.00 in future care. The adjuster also offered about $700 in “pain and suffering.”

The injured person continued to go to the doctor.

About a month or so after signing this release the injured person went back to the doctor and was told that Progressive Insurance had stopped paying.

You can guess why. The injuries were more severe than the injured person initially thought. The doctor needed more time (i.e. visits) to help this person recover. The $1,500.00 paid by Progressive Insurance was used up before the injured person was released from care.

He called the Progressive Adjuster hoping to get some more money to pay for additional care. The answer, “You signed the Release there is nothing more we can do.” Bad news!

The other person who called our office did NOT sign the release. This person has since been back to the doctor and is now considering a referral to an orthopedic surgeon for problems with her knee.

It is interesting that Progressive Insurance offered about the same thing to each person for pain and suffering. It is also telling that they have “standard” Releases that they bring to initial meetings with injured people. They must know that certain dollar amounts will more likely than not get accepted by the injured party.

In some cases the first offer may have been a “good deal.” But, for the person who called our firm who now needs additional medical treatment it was only a “good deal” for Progressive Insurance.

Call Groth Law Firm, S.C. if you have any questions about offers from insurance companies. Before you meet with an insurance company be sure you know what additional care is needed and whether the offer is a final offer. Call our Wisconsin Personal Injury Law Firm at 877-375-7001. We help people across Wisconsin including Milwaukee, Wauwatosa, Brookfield, Green Bay and Crivitz.

Pier One Imports Black Directors Chair Failure September 14, 2012

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Our firm is currently investigating failures of Pier One Imports Black Directors Chairs.  The chairs may also be sold at Target, Amazon and Walmart.  These chairs can be identified using Pier One Imports item number 2455775 (Item #2455775).

If you have any information concerning other failures of this type of director’s chair please contact our firm.  We are looking for any information regardless of the severity of the injury.

Please contact our firm with any questions or helpful information toll free at 877-375-7001 or visit our website http://www.grothlawfirm.com/contactWisconsinLawyer.asp.

Thanks in advance for any help you can give.