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Groth Law Firm, S.C.

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Jonathan P. Groth

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Accident & Injury, Car Accident

Jon graduated from Marquette Law School in 2000 and has worked in Wisconsin litigation and personal injury law exclusively since that time. Jon and hi... (more)

Melissa Jane Fischer

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Accident & Injury

Melissa Fischer graduated from Marquette University Law School earning her Juris Doctorate with a certificate in litigation in May of 2015. While in l... (more)

Richard H. Schulz

Accident & Injury

Accidents happen, but you don’t need to suffer the pain of your injury alone. Hiring an experienced litigation attorney is the first step to peace of mind after an accident. Attorney Jon P. Groth and the Groth Law Firm help plaintiffs in every area of litigation and personal injury law in Wisconsin. Our practice areas include all negligence and accident injuries, and our expert team of attorneys and paralegals at Groth Law Firm are dedicated to making sure you receive the best representation possible and the compensation you deserve.Your personal injury experts at Groth Law Firm are dedicated to providing skilled legal representation.

Attorney Jon P. Groth of Groth Law Firm have served injury victims and the Wisconsin business community for the past decade. We are committed to putting our clients’ needs first by protecting their interests and providing professional, skilled legal representation. Over the years we have represented corporations, individuals, and the families of deceased victims before circuit court judges all the way to the Supreme Court of Wisconsin. When you hire Groth Law Firm, S.C. you are hiring an attorney that is skilled and dedicated with proven results.

    Groth Law Firm, S.C.
    1578 West National Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI 53204
    43.0231775,-87.9328777

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    1578 West National Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI 53204

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