If you’ve been injured in a car, truck, or on a motorcycle, you need help. We will help you manage the physical, emotional, and financial pain. Call Dave Schneider or Bill Madsen today for a free consultation. We will work hard with insurance companies, fight for you in court, and protect you. You deserve justice. A call to Schneider & Madsen is free; 1-800-840-1850. If you prefer you may submit your information using our contact form. That’s free too!
We all have too much to worry about after an accident. Why take it alone? If you or your loved ones have suffered injuries a good lawyer can take away a lot of the stress. You need someone with a lot of experience and a proven track record. We have successfully helped many accident victims, often recovering greater compensation than what the insurance company tried to force our clients to accept. And it comes down to trust. Dave Schneider and Bill Madsen believe in building solid relationships with clients, working with compassion, and helping them achieve the goals that they want, including those that result in large settlements or verdicts.
It’s About You
The lawyers and staff at Schneider & Madsen are dedicated to your well-being. If you’ve been hurt we can help, but we’d rather know that you were able to prevent suffering injury in the first place. The information provided in our Safety Resources section can help you and your family remain healthy every day.
What Can We Do For You?
A good lawyer listens. From the first time you speak to us to the day your case is resolved, our team will be there to answer your questions and work on your problems. Let’s face it, suffering injury, losing time from work, and dealing with disabilities is no fun. When it happens to you it’s nice to know your lawyer is why we are committed to simplifying your life. When you contact us we will investigate your case, suggest your legal options, and help you decide what is best for you and what you want to do. If you need us we will vigorously defend your rights whether you want a settlement or need to go to court.