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November 2017

Cannon and Dunphy Featured in Super Lawyers

November 30, 2017 |
Attorneys William M. Cannon and Patrick O. Dunphy have spent their professional careers working together to fight for the rights of injured victims throughout Wisconsin. However, their relationship transcends professional borders – not surprising, given how long they’ve known each other.The two grew up down the street from each other in Wauwatosa, WI in...
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The Process of Filing a Personal Injury Claim in Wisconsin

November 30, 2017 |
If you or your loved one has been involved in an accident, it will be important that you move with speed to file a claim for compensation for the injuries and damages suffered. In this article, we present you with basic yet crucial information that can help guide you through the process of filing...
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How Train Accidents Can Occur

November 27, 2017 |
Train accidents rarely happen. However, when they happen, the results are often fatal with several deaths and injuries. Train accidents are as a result of human error or mechanical failures or both. There are several factors that lead to the occurrence of train accidents. These include faulty equipment, faulty train crossings, collision with vehicles,...
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5 Steps to Take After an Injury

November 21, 2017 |
Regardless of whether the unfortunate incident happened at your place of employment, while driving a motor vehicle, or at a business establishment, being involved in an accident that resulted in injuries is most often frightening and could lead to significantly adverse impacts upon your life. Assuming your physical and mental health remains in-tact in...
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