Pitman and Sicula Named Top 100 Wisconsin Trial Lawyers
Posted by PKSD Law Firm on February 10, 2009 in Firm News
MILWAUKEE, WIS. Jeffrey A. Pitman and Howard S. Sicula, both partners of the Wisconsin law firm of Pitman, Kalkhoff, Sicula & Dentice, S.C., were named to the list of the top 100 trial lawyers in Wisconsin by the American Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA).
The ATLA is a national organization comprised of the top 100 trial lawyers from each state. Membership is obtained through special invitation and is extended only to those attorneys who exemplify superior qualifications of leadership, reputation, influence, stature, and profile as civil plaintiff or criminal defense trial lawyers.
Jeffrey Pitman is recognized as one of the states leading trial lawyers and authorities on nursing home neglect and abuse litigation. He is recognized by his peers as a preeminent nursing home neglect and abuse attorney in Wisconsin.
Attorney Howard Sicula focuses his legal expertise on motor vehicle accident injuries, defective products, and wrongful death and semi-tractor trailer accidents. Attorney Sicula has represented thousands of personal injury victims and has lectured to fellow trial lawyers. He has been counsel on injury cases that received million dollar verdicts or settlements, and has been the lead attorney in class action litigation.
ABOUT Pitman, Kalkhoff, Sicula & Dentice, S.C.
Pitman, Kalkhoff & Sicula S.C. is a team of Milwaukee based personal injury attorneys that focus solely on serious injury cases, choosing to devote our skills and resources to those injured and their families for whom we can make the greatest difference through our outstanding service, legal expertise, vast resources and passionate advocacy.
The firm is composed of seven trial attorneys with decades of experience handling cases through out the state of Wisconsin. In addition to handling personal injury, motor vehicle, wrongful death, brain injury and semi-tractor trailer accidents, the firm handles the largest volume of nursing home neglect cases in the state.