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Civil Rights

Thomsen Reaches $2.35M Settlement in Federal Lawsuit Filed Against Wood County Deputy Sheriff Nathan Dean and His Insurer

Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs partner Mark Thomsen recently reached a $2.35 million settlement with Wood County Sheriff Deputy Nathan Dean and the county’s insurer on behalf of Logan Johnsrud and his family. Johnsrud, a 32-year-old…

Thomsen Reaches $2.35M Settlement in Federal Lawsuit Filed Against Wood County Deputy Sheriff Nathan Dean and His Insurer

Civil Rights

Judges: Public has right to know former deputy’s discipline records

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals recently made a key ruling on police transparency and clarified that law enforcement discipline records are in fact public records. The ruling stems from a WISN 12 investigation into former…

Judges: Public has right to know former deputy’s discipline records

Class Action

Paul Kinne Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Group Health Cooperative After Their Refusal to Cover Applied Behavior Analysis Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs partner Paul Kinne has filed a class action lawsuit in the Western District of Wisconsin on behalf of Angela Midthun-Hensen and Tony Hensen, as the representatives of their minor daughter, K.H.,…

Paul Kinne Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Group Health Cooperative After Their Refusal to Cover Applied Behavior Analysis Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Civil Rights

Thomsen, Kinne and Sweatt Reach $862,500 Settlement in Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed Against Baraboo School District

Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs partners Mark Thomsen and Paul Kinne, along with GTW attorney Kimberly Sweatt and referring attorney Amy Bogost, have reached an $862,500 settlement with the Baraboo School District (BSD) on behalf of…

Thomsen, Kinne and Sweatt Reach $862,500 Settlement in Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed Against Baraboo School District
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Personal Injury

Tips for Avoiding a Motorcycle Accident

Whether you ride a bicycle, motorcycle, scooter, or just share the road with these riders, it is important to take basic safety precautions to protect our biker friends and neighbors. Here are our top tips for avoiding a motorcycle accident.

Tips for Avoiding a Motorcycle Accident
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Employment Law

Discrimination in the Workplace: What are my Rights?

Sadly, unlawful discrimination is too often the answer. If you feel that you have been treated differently simply because of who you are, you are not alone. See how you can take action.

Discrimination in the Workplace: What are my Rights?
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Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice and Delivery Room Mortality Rates

The United States is one of only eight countries that saw a rise in maternal mortality over the last decade. See how you can protect your family.

Medical Malpractice and Delivery Room Mortality Rates
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GTW Cases

Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs Is Walking for a Cause: Autism Speaks Walk

Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs Lawyers “We Can Help” program for September is sponsoring and participating in this year’s Autism Speaks Walk event on September 29th.

Gingras, Thomsen & Wachs Is Walking for a Cause: Autism Speaks Walk
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