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PKS Obtains Settlement For Toddler Strangled by Blind Cord

Injury attorney Richard Kalkhoff, of Pitman, Kalkhoff & Sicula S.C., won a settlement on behalf of a Sheboygan family whose toddler was strangled by a defective mini-blind cord sold at a Menards hardware store. On April 16, 2003, the Plaintiffs mother… Read More

PKS Wins Settlement for Victim of Head-on Collision

BRILLION, WI Personal injury attorney Richard Kalkhoff, of Pitman, Kalkhoff & Sicula S.C., won a $310,000 settlement on behalf of Brillion woman involved in a head-on car accident that left her with a fractured leg. On February 2, 2003, the Plaintiff,… Read More

Verdict for Victim Hit by Red-light Runner

MILWAUKEE, WI Recently, personal injury lawyer Rich Kalkhoff won a $275,000 verdict on behalf of a Wauwatosa man who was injured in a Milwaukee County auto accident in July of 2005. Joe Cerniglia, 39, stopped at the traffic light at N. 68th Street and… Read More

Possible Class-Action Lawsuit Against Koss

Two East Coast law firms are seeking plaintiffs in possible class-action lawsuits against Koss Corp. for possible securities law violations after the company said an embezzlement case may cause it to restate financial statements going back to 2006.Koss… Read More

Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against State Mental Health Institute

An article by Kevin Murphy for the Northwestern (03/09) MADISON A 15-year-old-girl choked to death in 2006 on food she wasn't supposed to be given while a patient at the Winnebago Mental Health Institution, according to a wrongful death lawsuit brought… Read More

Elderly Man Suing County After His Ear Was Injured by Ridgewood Employee

An Article by Janine Anderson as it appeared in The Journal Times on May 23, 2008 MOUNT PLEASANT ? A man who required 19 stitches to close a wound allegedly caused when an aide at Ridgewood Care Center pulled on his ear has sued the county, seeking $50,000… Read More

Sexual Assault Victim Awarded $1.2 Million

An article by Ed Treleven as it appeared in the Wisconsin State Journal on October 7, 2003: The Jury Awarded The Teen The Money For Pain And Suffering And Punitive Damages. A Dane County jury last week awarded $1.2 million to the teenage victim of a… Read More

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