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The Waukesha Personal Injury Lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®

An accident can have a devastating impact on a person’s life, potentially causing a range of negative effects far beyond the pain and suffering of the injury itself. Expensive medical bills, lengthy rehabilitation, lost income, and permanent disability can all occur as a result of a serious injury. Those who suffer an injury caused by another person’s reckless or negligent actions shouldn’t have to bear these burdens alone. Fortunately, compensation may be available through a personal injury lawsuit.

If you or someone you know has suffered an injury caused by someone else, a dedicated Waukesha personal injury lawyer can help you pursue the compensation you need to pay for medical bills and other losses. Contact Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® today at (262) 523-4700 to speak with a qualified member of our legal team about the details of your case and how we can help you.

Our Practice Areas

When an accident occurs, the Waukesha personal injury attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® can work to hold the person or party at fault for the incident accountable for their actions. We can help you fight for the compensation you need if your accident involves any of the following:

Our determined legal team is composed of skilled attorneys in addition to on-site medical professionals, well-qualified investigators, and a national network of experts. Together, we can help you seek the justice you may deserve.

Contact Us

If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident caused by another person’s irresponsible actions, you shouldn’t have to pay for the consequences out-of-pocket. Contact a Waukesha personal injury attorney of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® today at (262) 523-4700 to discuss the details of your case with an experienced legal professional and learn how you can fight for the compensation you need.


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Our Waukesha, WI Office

Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®
N14W23755 Stone Ridge Dr #100
Waukesha, WI 53188

Phone: (262) 523-4700
Toll Free: (800) 559-5599
Fax: (262) 523-4545

Business Hours:
M-F: 8:00am – 4:30pm

 

Directions

If you are heading south on WI-16 E/WI-16 Trunk E

  1. You will see Waukesha County Technical College on your right
  2. Merge onto I-94 E
  3. Take exit 294 for WI-164 N toward Waukesha J S/Waukesha/Pewaukee
  4. Turn left onto Pewaukee Rd (signs for WI-164 N)
  5. Turn right onto Stone Ridge Dr
  6. The destination will be on the right
If you are heading east on W Capitol Dr toward N Brookfield Rd

  1. You will see Mitchell Park on your left
  2. Make a U-turn at N Brookfield Rd
  3. Turn left onto WI-164 S/Pewaukee Rd
  4. Turn left onto Busse Rd
  5. Turn right onto Stone Ridge Dr
  6. The destination will be on the left
From the Waukesha County Airport

  1. Head southeast on Aviation Dr toward Northview Rd
  2. Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Northview Rd
  3. Turn left onto Pewaukee Rd
  4. Turn right onto Stone Ridge Dr
  5. The destination will be on the right

More About Waukesha, Wisconsin

Waukesha is a suburb of Milwaukee with a rich history. Originally inhabited by Native Americans and later, European fur traders, this town has grown into the largest city in Waukesha County and the 7th largest in Wisconsin with a population of over 70,000 people.
Welcome to Waukesha, WI

In the late 1800s, Waukesha made a name for itself as a spa getaway town, thanks to a number of natural springs and resorts that sprung up around the town, including the Fountain Spring House. These springs earned Waukesha the nicknames “Spring City” and “Saratoga of the West.” Although most of these great springs are now dried up or no longer in use, residents and visitors continue to enjoy water-related activities, such as fishing and boating, on the banks of the Fox River and at several nearby lakes.

Currently, Waukesha is known to many for its impressive educational institutions, including Carroll University and the University of Wisconsin – Waukesha. In addition to a restored historical downtown area, the city is home to the Charles Z. Horwitz Planetarium-Retzer Nature Center and the Waukesha County Museum.