Attorney Rob Jaskulski

Robert L. Jaskulski

Milwaukee, Waukesha, West Bend

Personal Injury Lawyer in Milwaukee, Waukesha & West Bend, WI

Robert L. Jaskulski is a shareholder at the law firm, practicing in the firm’s Milwaukee, Waukesha, and West Bend offices, and is co-managing partner of the firm’s Waukesha office. Rob’s emphasis on law practice in personal injury litigation throughout the State of Wisconsin and the United States. His practice involves a wide range of cases, including medical malpractice, products liability, insurance bad faith, and motor vehicle accidents. Rob is a member of the firm’s Defective Medical Device Team, handling defective hip cases and transvaginal mesh cases in multi-district litigation before Federal Courts in Ohio and West Virginia. Rob has represented many clients in disputes with insurance carriers and was involved as trial counsel in one of the largest insurance bad faith cases ever tried in the State of Wisconsin. Based on his extensive experience in the courtroom, Mr. Jaskulski has been certified in Civil Trial Advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.

    Rob has received the distinction of being listed as a Super Lawyer in Wisconsin since 2005, and was listed as one of Wisconsin’s Top 50 Super Lawyers in 2009, 2011, and then in 2014-2018 and again in 2021. He has also been listed as one of Milwaukee’s Top 25 Super Lawyers from 2013-2018. Since 2006, he has been listed in the Best Lawyers in America and has been recognized for his work in appellate practice and personal injury litigation. In 2015 and 2020, Rob was named Best Lawyers’ Lawyer of the Year for Appellate Practice – Milwaukee and was named Lawyer of the Year for Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs – Milwaukee in the 2021 Edition. In 2004, he received the “Leaders in the Law” award by the Wisconsin Law Journal for his appellate advocacy in insurance law in Wisconsin.

    Through his involvement in the Wisconsin Association for Justice (formerly the Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers), where he held the office of President in 2007, Rob has been active in promoting the rights of Wisconsin consumers and has testified numerous times before the Wisconsin legislature. In 2015, the WAJ selected Rob for the Robert Habush Trial Lawyer of the Year. He was chosen for his outstanding contribution to the public interest, demonstration of compassion, and commitment to advocacy on behalf of injured individuals. He is also a Fellow in the International Society of Barristers, an Associate with the American Board of Trial Advocates, and is on the Board of Governors for the American Association for Justice (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America).

    Rob has also given numerous seminars and authored several publications about personal injury litigation, including the Chapter on Jury Selection in Wisconsin Trial Practice (State Bar of Wisconsin Publications) and the Chapter on Physical, Mental & Vocational Examinations in Wisconsin Discovery Law & Practice (State Bar of Wisconsin Publications). He has also been a guest lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and Marquette University Law School.

    Rob is a lifelong resident of Southeast Wisconsin, living in the City of New Berlin with his wife of thirty years, Lisa. He has four grown children. Rob is active in his local parish and in local youth sports programs in Southeast Wisconsin.

    Client reviews

    • “The Constitutionality of Section 632.32 (5)(i)(1), Stats: Does the Legislature Have the Authority to Sanction Reducing Clauses in UIM Policies that Deceive the Consuming Public?,” The Verdict, (Fall 1998).
    • “Navigating the Legal Iceberg of UIM Coverage,” The Verdict, (Spring 2003)
    • “Physical and Mental Examinations,” Wisconsin Discovery Law and Practice (4th Ed 2015).
    • “Jury Selection,” Civil Procedure During Trial (3rd Ed. 2013).
    • “Politics & Wisconsin Automobile Insurance Law,” Wisconsin Lawyer, (November 2010).
    • Closing Arguments: Is Wisconsin’s collateral-source rule worth preserving? Wisconsin Law Journal (March 2016).

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