Case Types

Dog Bite and Animal Attacks

Every year there are millions of people who are bitten by dogs. Hundreds of thousands of these people require medical attention, and some will require hospital care. In addition to this, it is estimated that 25 to 30 people die from dog bites. Nearly all of these dog bite victims are children, and a majority of these children are bitten in the face.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

With over 15 years of experience, our Madison auto accident lawyers have developed significant expertise in representing motor vehicle accident victims. We represent victims of all types of motor vehicle accidents including:  • Car accidents   • Truck accidents   • Motorcycle accidents  • Pedestrian accidents …

Nursing Home Abuse

Entrusting the life and wellbeing of a loved one to the care of a nursing home is often an unavoidable choice and a leap of faith. We do so because they need constant care and supervision. Nursing home neglect and abuse is inexcusable and it can quickly turn deadly or cause permanent harm. Neglect, by the way, is a form of abuse.

Assisted Living Abuse

It’s difficult to imagine that residents in Assisted Living or CBRF facilities could ever be subjected to cruelty, abuse, or neglect. Our elders deserve the best care — especially when they’re no longer able to care for themselves.

Spinal Cord Injury

Spinal cord injury (SCI) is one of the most life-altering types of injury you can incur. The extent to which it affects your life and your chance of recovery depend on the location and severity of the injury and your ability to get the most advanced medical care. So far, there is no cure for SCI, but it is actively researched and groundbreaking treatments are helping people right now. The Wisconsin spinal cord injury lawyers of Boller & Vaughan LLC can help you get the compensation which may give you access to these breakthrough treatments.

Traumatic Brain Injury

TBI affects each victim in unique and personal ways. Even a so-called mild brain injury can cause disabilities. TBI can have physical, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral consequences which affect not only the injured person, but can also be very painful and confusing for loved ones. Symptoms may be intermittent and can include memory loss, poor judgment, unexplained anger, and chronic pain.

Wrongful Death

The decision to pursue legal action while grieving the loss of a loved one can be very difficult. However, time limits apply to wrongful death claims just as they do other types of lawsuits. The compensation that you can receive will not make things right, but it can offset the financial burden that your family faces now and in the years to come, resulting from your loss.