Representative Results

Polsky v Virnich and Moores:

$6.5 million judgment against two businessmen for violating the duties that they owed to their own corporation; the largest verdict in Wisconsin that year (2006), according to Wisconsin Law Journal. The Court of Appeals reversed. The U.S. Supreme Court denied the petition for review.


American Trust & Savings Bank v Bremser Group:

$3.6 million judgment against accountant Bremser Group for accounting malpractice, resulted in a $3.8 million settlement; the largest verdict in Wisconsin that year (2008), according to Wisconsin Law Journal


Strain v Lear Seating:

$2.8 million judgment against an employer for sex harassment


Michael Gartner v American Family:

$2.6 million verdict against the insurer for the owner of a building for the failure of the owner to install proper guardrails on a balcony


Confidential Parties:

$1.2 million settlement on behalf of a client injured in a motor vehicle accident


Confidential Parties:

$1.1 million settlement on behalf of a family against a health care provider who was negligent


Lonsdorf v Seefeldt:

$800,000 settlement after trial with the State of Wisconsin on behalf of a state employee who was sexually harassed


Ramsden v AgriBank:

$650,000 settlement on behalf of landowner whose land and livestock were subject to groundwater contamination


Erickson v Thompson:

$500,000 judgment against state actors on a claim of sex harassment


Tom Gartner v American Family:

$400,000 settlement on behalf of a gentleman injured in a motor vehicle accident


Plesha v Grinnell:

$375,000 settlement of a claim arising from a motor vehicle accident


Duello v Board of Regents:

$200,000 judgment against the Wisconsin Board of Regents for violating the Equal Pay Act by paying a woman professor less than male comparables


Huston v Landmark:

$130,000 verdict on behalf of horse owners for the loss of their Belgian Draft Horses


Udulutch v American Family:

$116,000 settlement of a claim arising from a motor vehicle accident


Please note that every case is different and the results in any case depend upon the facts and law of that case.