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Personal injury cases are becoming more and more challenging. Part of the reason for this is that special interest groups, particularly insurance companies and manufacturers, are spending a lot of time and money on persuading the American public that there is a litigation crisis. They claim that most personal injury cases are being filed by people looking for easy money. This is absolutely not true. The end result is that the members of the public who end up on juries tend to be more skeptical than they really need to be.

At the office of Egan & Richgels, S.C., we have more than 30 years of experience handling personal injury cases in front of local juries in La Crosse, western Wisconsin, and southeast Minnesota. We know the local judges and juries. We know their mindset and their tendencies. Our western Wisconsin and southeast Minnesota personal injury lawyers know how to build cases that make it clear to them that they need to award fair compensation to our clients.

Our knowledge of local judges and juries and our strong case-building has led to a record of success that includes millions of dollars in compensation for victims of all types of wrongful conduct. Contact us today so we can start building a strong case for compensation for you.

What Type of Accident Does Your Case Involve?

Our attorneys handle motor vehicle cases involving:

Our firm also handles the following types of personal injury cases:

What Type of Injury Does Your Case Involve?

We handle cases involving:

Call for Justice — Starting With a Free Consultation

We only charge a fee if we are successful in getting you justice and compensation.

To discuss your case with a western Wisconsin personal injury lawyer for free, call us toll free at 800-381-0963. You can also send us an e-mail.

Egan & Richgels, S.C.
201 Main Street, Suite 1010
La Crosse, WI 54601
Toll Free 800-381-0963
Local 608-784-0087
Fax: 608-881-6688
Email | La Crosse Law Office

Gregory J. Egan is Certified as a civil trial advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.