Lawyers Sewall, Pitz and Burkham

Personal Injury Law Firm

Serving Appleton, Green Bay, Oshkosh and all of Northeast Wisconsin

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Personal Injury Law Firm

Serving Appleton, Green Bay, Oshkosh and all of Northeast Wisconsin

At Sigman, Janssen, Sewall, Pitz & Burkham, we have nearly 100 years of experience providing legal counsel to Wisconsin injury victims and legal clients. With Millions of dollars recovered for our clients, we have the experience to help with your Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation or Social Security Disability Claim. We charge no upfront fees. There is no cost to call us or complete our free case evaluation form. If we accept your case, you are charged no fees unless we get money for you on your claim. Call us today for a free consultation.

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21 Feb

How Many Times Can You Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits?

The Social Security Administration (SSA) denies many initial applications for disability benefits. This may cause some applicants to consider appealing or applying again. However, they might also wonder if there is a limit on the number of times they can apply. In this blog, Sigman Janssen answers the question of how many times you can […]

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15 Feb

Understanding the 5 Elements of Negligence in a Wisconsin Personal Injury Claim

Every day, accidents occur and people suffer injuries. While some situations are only accidents, others are caused by negligence and could have been avoided. Understanding and proving negligence is key to a successful personal injury claim. Below, review the definition of this legal concept and the five elements that make up a negligence case. We […]

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07 Feb

How Social Media Posts Could Affect Your Social Security Disability Application

Claims examiners used to ignore disability applicants’ social media profiles unless they were looking for evidence of fraud. Typically, they would not review social posts unless they already had questions about a claim. Things changed in 2020 when the Social Security Administration announced that disability adjudicators could expand their social media monitoring. They could look […]

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