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Man Dies In Boating Accident On Dilly Lake

August 26, 2011 |
A Minnesota man died last Saturday in a boating accident on a Wisconsin lake.According to reports, 42-year old man from Inver Grove Heights, Minn., died when he fell out of a small boat on Dilly Lake in Washburn County Saturday evening.Emergency officials were called to the scene about 8 p.m. after he reportedly stood...
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Pat Dunphy Featured in May 2009 Issue of Wisconsin Law Journal

May 21, 2009 |
Patrick Dunphy of Cannon & Dunphy S.C. is responsible for many law-changing verdicts, some of which were featured in the May 2009 issue of the Wisconsin Law Journal.InBittner v. American Honda Motor Co., Dunphy successfully litigated a products liability case for his client who sustained brain injuries after an ATV accident. The defendants submitted...
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Cannon & Dunphy Win One of the Top Verdicts of 2008

January 1, 2009 |
Patrick O. Dunphy (Lead Counsel) together with Edward Robinson of Cannon & Dunphy, S.C., won one of the top 100 verdicts of 2008. The lawsuit was filed against Waukesha Memorial Hospital, The Medical Protective Company and the Wisconsin Patients Compensation Fund. The lawsuit alleges that a nurse's failure to property administer an IV to...
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$13.5M Settlement in Girl’s E. coli-related Death

June 15, 2008 |
MILWAUKEE - Eight years after a 3-year-old girl died from exposure to tainted meat at a Sizzler restaurant, her family reached a $13.5 million settlement with the company's meat supplier and others, according to court records.The settlement is among the largest in the nation involving a food-borne illness, according to William Cannon, a lawyer...
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