2 The Best Lawyers in America® awards
The founding partners of the firm, attorneys Ron Aplin and Mark Ringsmuth have over 30 years combined experience gained as Wisconsin trial lawyers trying cases before juries, judges, and administrative agencies throughout Wisconsin and the United States. They have extensive trial experience and a proven ability to get results for their clients. Our law firm has the resources needed to prepare and present effective and compelling cases, including extensive knowledge regarding, and access to, vocational and medical experts.
Our representation is based on a thorough evaluation of each case, and painstaking preparation. One of our cardinal philosophies as trial lawyers is that excellent preparation yields excellent results for our clients. Some examples include thorough background checks of witnesses, meticulous examination of pertinent documents, and of course detailed and exhaustive preparation with witnesses and expert witnesses. We work hard to obtain the best possible results for our clients in a professional and cost-effective manner. In all cases, we seek outcomes that are fair and just for our clients.
We are committed to civility in practice, and our work is professional, knowledgeable, and skilled. This approach has caused us to be recognized by not only our clients; but we have also been recognized and respected by the attorneys with whom we see on the other side of cases. We handle each case with the personal care and hands-on attention it deserves.
We are approachable and accessible. Contact us today and let our lawyers’ extensive experience, commitment to fairness and civility, hard work, and strong advocacy work for you.
- Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law
- Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships)
- Criminal Defense: General Practice
- Employment Law - Individuals
- Family Law
- Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants
- Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs
- Real Estate Law
- Trusts and Estates
- Workers' Compensation Law - Employers
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