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Port Washington Personal Injury Attorney

The city of Port Washington is a beautiful, waterfront community that offers amazing natural views, recreational and commercial boating, and tourism. While this area welcomes visitors, businesses and residents alike to its shores, the city is no stranger to accidents and injuries. Each year, hundreds of people are seriously injured due to incidents caused by another person’s negligence, recklessness, or wrongdoing. At Cannon & Dunphy, we stand ready to provide Port Washington, Wisconsin residents with trusted representation following accidents.

At our firm, we are proud to boast years of experience in providing outstanding representation to clients and we aggressively pursue the highest amount of compensation available for each unique case. When you work with our team, we develop a personalized strategy to help you obtain the resolution that you deserve. We have a reputation for success and we diligently work to answer any questions, concerns or complications that you may have regarding your case. If you have been wrongly injured, you need to work with Cannon & Dunphy!

Schedule a Consultation with Cannon & Dunphy S.C.

Are you interested in learning more about your case? If you want to know how much your case may be worth or why working with a Port Washington personal injury attorney from our team can benefit your situation, do not hesitate to contact Cannon & Dunphy S.C. right away. We are proud to provide free initial consultations to our clients so that they have the opportunity to speak face to face with the lawyer who can represent them.

If you have been injured, immediately retain our services!

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