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Our goal is to make wis-law.com a place you can turn, and return to, for general information about the law of Wisconsin. We believe that the web can help you understand the legal system in which you live and these pages are devoted to helping you do so. Our law office is devoted to personal injury and does not practice in the areas of divorce, real estate, motor vehicles, landlord/tenant, or bankruptcy. However, our contributors are attorneys who do work in those areas.

Wisconsin Divorce Law

This part explains the basics of starting a divorce, the process of getting a divorce and principles the Court will apply in granting a divorce.

Wisconsin Real Estate Law

Provides a guide to buying, selling and financing a home.

Wisconsin Motor Vehicle Law

Details traffic laws and driver licensing, plus the purchase, sale and repair of motor vehicles.

Wisconsin Insurance Law

Information about Insurance in the state of Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Landlord/Tenant Law

explains the landlord/tenant law in Wisconsin, including security deposit rules.

Bankruptcy Law

This is your guide to understanding Bankruptcy.

Wisconsin Injury Compensation

This is your source for understanding your rights and remedies when you have been injured or become disabled. This includes discussion about getting medical bills paid, personal injury actions, workers compensation and social security disability.

Liability Issues - Third Party Claims

This section on liability issues/third party claims akes you through the various specific issues in personal injury actions. A third party claim occurs in a workers comp case where someone other than the injured person's employer can be sued for compentatin.

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