"I cannot thank Jesse enough for his support and help through my car accident case. He always communicated with me and kept me informed on what was going on with my case. Jesse was dependable and responsive. I would contact Jesse again if I ever needed a lawyer and would recommend him to anyone."
Jesse Blocher is shareholder with the firm and practices in the firm’s Waukesha office. Mr. Blocher takes great pride in representing individuals injured in accidents. Large or small, Mr. Blocher attempts to prepare each case as if it will be someday argued to a jury. This philosophy helps to ensure that each case gets the attention it deserves. While most cases settle out of court, Mr. Blocher believes that being prepared to go forward with a trial helps to obtain the best possible outcome for the client.
To that end, Mr. Blocher is a Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, having successfully conducted numerous jury trials throughout the state. He has also argued before the Wisconsin Supreme Court. His litigation experience includes a broad range of civil matters including cases arising out of automobile accidents, premises liability, environmental pollution, products liability, and insurance coverage. Mr. Blocher has published articles and presented at seminars on related topics, including insurance coverage and damages. Recently, two articles he co-wrote with attorney Andrew Wier entitled “Earn Your Stripes, Part 1: How to Get Civil Trial Experience” and “Earn Your Stripes, Part 2: How to Get Through a Civil Trial” were published in Wisconsin Lawyer.
Mr. Blocher has received numerous professional honors, including:
Mr. Blocher is a summa cum laude (top 1% of class) graduate of the Marquette University Law School. While at Marquette, Mr. Blocher served as an associate editor of the Marquette Law Review. Mr. Blocher also competed in two prestigious national appellate moot court competitions, the New York City Bar Association National Moot Court Competition, and the American Bar Association National Moot Court Competition. Mr. Blocher continues to serve as coach to Marquette University Law School’s national moot court teams. Mr. Blocher obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Outside of work, Mr. Blocher enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, playing golf, and staying active in his community, including lecturing as a guest speaker at local high schools.