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.Meet Our Team
Recovery for young adult involved in highway accident. The victim of this crash suffered multiple orthopedic injuries and assorted injuries that resulted in time away from school and family. This accident resulted from a person combining the use of illegal drugs and the operation of a motor vehicle. This case was resolved at Mediation.
Recovery for a car crash at an intersection that resulted in multiple orthopedic and internal injuries. This case involved unique insurance issues and litigation of insurance coverage.
For a man who was injured in a motor vehicle accident while a passenger. The driver of the vehicle crossed the center-line of the highway in large part due to his excessive time behind the wheel and his alleged use of medications. The victim of this crash suffered multiple orthopedic injuries to his leg and […]
Settlement for client who suffered multiple injuries requiring three surgeries as a result of a car crash at an intersection.
Settlement for a woman who suffered a foot injury requiring surgery as a result of car accident.
Mediation result for bicyclist stuck by car. There are many instances where motorists fail to yield to bicycle riders or pedestrians and there are multiple insurance options available to pursue.
Our client received this settlement from his own uninsured motorist coverage after being a victim of a hit and run accident.
For car accident victim who suffered shoulder strain requiring therapy.
My attorney, James Pitz, was easy to work with and thoroughly explained the details of my case. I had confidence in him because he showed great skill and understanding while representing me.
My calls were answered and returned promptly. All of my questions were answered, and I was very satisfied with the responses I got. Everyone at Sigman, Janssen, Sewall, Pitz & Burkham was supportive during my case.
After my accident, I called Sigman Janssen. James Pitz was able to come to my house and everything worked out great. I never even had to talk to the insurance company. I had a great experience with this law firm and would recommend it to anyone looking for an injury lawyer.
After Auggie was badly injured in a car accident while on the job, Attorney Mark Sewall represented him against the insurance companies and got the compensation we needed for his personal injury and workers’ compensation claims.
James Pitz and the Sigman, Janssen, Sewall, Pitz & Burkham law firm did excellent work on my case. I am very happy with the representation I received and the results obtained by Attorney Pitz and his staff. I strongly recommend this law firm to anyone who needs experienced, aggressive, and compassionate legal representation.
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More