Murphy & Prachthauser Legal Service Plans, Attorneys

Phone: (414) 281-5700
Direccion: 4811 S 76th St # 403, Milwaukee, WI 53220, Milwaukee
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Murphy & Prachthauser

Milwaukee Personal Injury Lawyer & Attorney: Car Accident Lawyer: Milwaukee
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414.271.1011 // 888.271.1022
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Milwaukee Personal Injury Lawyers
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Don C. Prachthauser
Kevin J. Kukor
Keith R. Stachowiak
Thadd J. Llaurado
Mark D. Baus
Joe Zimmermann
Areas of Expertise
Auto Accident Attorneys
Truck Accident Attorneys
Motorcycle Accident Attorneys
Liability Accident Attorneys
Boating Accident Attorneys
Underage Drinking Negligence Lawyer
Dog Bite Attorneys
Slip and Fall Accident Attorneys
Train Accident Attorneys
Water Park Accident Attorneys
Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Birth Injury Attorneys
Dental Malpractice Attorneys
Cerebral Palsy Birth Injury Attorneys
Nursing Home Injury Attorneys
Product Accident Attorneys
Defective Drug Attorneys
Vehicle Defect Attorneys
Roof Crush Defect
Seatbelt Defects
Airbag Defect
Roof Crush – Rollover Accident Case Examples
Workers Compensation Attorneys
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One of Wisconsin’s Most Respected Personal Injury Law Firms
For more than 30 years, the Milwaukee personal injury lawyers at Murphy & Prachthauser have represented persons injured by the negligence of others. The firms’ attorneys have won multi-million dollar awards or settlements for dozens of clients. Our attorneys have achieved national and local recognition. The firm has received the highest possible rating for ability and ethics by Martindale-Hubbell, a peer review service that has been publishing its lawyer ratings for over a century.
At Murphy & Prachthauser we practice personal injury law the way it should be practiced – motivated and equipped to do our best for you. We take pride in being good lawyers who help people.
$16.8 Million Verdict – Auto Accident Injured Volunteer – Reported by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
$11.4 Million Verdict – Falling Merchandise in Retail Store – Wisconsin Law Journal
$8 Million Verdict Automotive Design Defect – Defective Roof – Reported by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
$5 Million Settlement – Automotive Design Defect – Defective Car Roof – Reported by Wisconsin State Journal
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A Novel Form of Presentations – 20 x 20 slide presentations.
Last fall I attended an art gallery premier and witnessed a PowerPoint presentation that I thought was rather unique and instructive. The presentation consisted of 20 slides, each presented for exactly 20 seconds. The presentation from start to finish lasted exactly 6 minutes and 40 seconds.
I realized this had some potential for the legal profession. Jurors are accustomed to 20 second sound bites from things like the television news, and they want lawyers to get to the point and give them the information they need to decide the case. We are always looking for better communication skills, so why not give this a try?
At the 2011 Summer Seminar sponsored by the Wisconsin Association for Justice, I organized a group of four of our younger lawyers to give this a try. Two of the topics were quite technical, dealing with evidence problems and changes in insurance policies. Two of the topics were general, dealing with employment discrimination and the Family Medical Leave Act.  Each of the topics was followed by a three minute discussion session.
All the presentations went well, and I learned something significant in the process.  The format works better with the general topics, and not as well with the technical topics that deal with the language of a statute or an insurance policy. I also learned that it is important to have the presentation viewable to the presenter. In the future, I recommend either a display monitor on the podium, or a microphone that can be detached from the podium so the speaker can move around.  I also recommend that each slide, if it contains text, have short bullet points or a list, rather than the text of a statute or case.
This format forces a speaker to get to the point. It forces the speaker to streamline the presentation. And if it is a topic that is not of interest to you, the next topic will start in a short time period.
This format, or some variation of it, may be of assistance to lawyers in an opening statement to a jury in a simple case, or presentation of an argument to an arbitrator. Mediations or mock trials may also benefit from the format.  This format forces the speaker to fully prepare and organize the presentation, which can only help us get our point across.
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How We Can Help You
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Product Defect
Nursing Home Neglect
One Plaza East Building330 East Kilbourn AvenueSuite 1200Milwaukee, WI 53202Phone: (414) 271-1011(888) 271-1022(Kilbourn & Broadway)
(Waukesha County)
22370 West Bluemound RoadSuite 204Waukesha, WI 53186Phone: (262) 792-0888(Just West of Springdale onBluemound Road)
(Near Southridge)
Associated Bank Building4811 South 76th StreetSuite 403Milwaukee, WI 53220Phone: (414) 281-5700(One block south of Layton Avenue)
Mequon Court1496 West Mequon RoadMequon, WI 53092Phone: (262) 240-1138(Mequon Road, half mile westof I-43, north side of street)
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