Matthiesen Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. is an international law firm based in Wisconsin. The firm was founded in 1990 and has ever since been known for providing top notch services in insurance law. This law firm employs some well known insurance litigation lawyers of the Midwest region. One of the strongest assets of Matthiesen Wickert & Lehrer is the fact that they have quite a few strong partners in the insurance industry. Unlike many other top law firms, the cost of getting legal expertise and counseling from them is quite in the budget. On average, most of the lawyers working for this firm have over 2 decades of trial experience. Most of these lawyers have a strong record of subrogation recoveries and obtaining favorable defense verdicts.
Along with being the experts of insurance law of the United States and insurance defense policies, Matthiesen Wickert & Lehrer specializes in personal injury defense and personal injury plaintiff. The principal office of this firm has a very aggressive program of national subrogation for most of its clients. Other than the principal office, there are local counsels established all across the country. Matthiesen Wickert & Lehrer also provides exceptional services in the National Recovery Program. Instant access to the individual state subrogation law is also provided along with thorough evaluation and monitoring by the local counsel. This law firm also provides simplicity of communication and clients do not get tangled up in the confusing terms.
There are numerous recognitions and certifications that the attorneys at Matthiesen Wickert & Lehrer have, which makes this firm a top choice for clients facing problems relating to insurance law. The firm is a member of the Civil Trial Counsel of Wisconsin (CTCW) and Defense Research Institute (DRI). Lawyers at the firm are certified by the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification (NBLSC). They are also the sponsors of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP), which is the world’s largest association of insurance subrogation.