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The Lake Geneva Personal Injury Attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®

After an accident, victims can be left facing physical pain as well as emotional trauma. Additionally, financial repercussions are also common, such as high medical expenses during treatment and lost wages due to time away from work. However, by enlisting the services of a dedicated Lake Geneva personal injury attorney, it may be possible to secure financial compensation for the expenses forced upon you following an accident.

The Lake Geneva personal injury lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® know how frustrating it can be to cover the financial demands of an injury that was not your fault. If the irresponsible or reckless actions of another have caused you to suffer, we may be able to help. Contact our offices at (262) 248-5200 to discuss the specifics of your case and learn more about your legal options.

Cases We Handle

At Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, we are dedicated to seeking justice for accident victims. Although these cases can take many different forms, our decades of experience give us the knowledge and ability to handle various types of personal injury accidents, including:

Our team consists of Lake Geneva accident lawyers in addition to medical personnel, case investigators, and nationally respected experts who work together to protect your rights and fight for the compensation you need.

Contact Us

Unfortunately, a personal injury lawsuit can be complicated even if the cause of the accident seems straightforward. Therefore, entrusting your case to a committed Lake Geneva personal injury lawyer is imperative to the success of your case. Contact a Lake Geneva personal injury attorney from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® today at (262) 248-5200 to go over the specifics of your case with our knowledgeable and compassionate legal team.

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Our Lake Geneva, WI Office

Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®
851 Park Dr #102
Lake Geneva, WI 53147

Phone: (262) 248-5200
Toll Free: (800) 275-1729
Fax: (262) 248-5222

Business Hours:
Mon – Thurs 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Fri 8:00AM – 4:30PM


If you are heading south on WI-120 S toward Buckby Rd

  1. You will see Hawk’s View Golf Club on your right
  2. Turn left to merge onto US-12 E/WI-120 S toward County Road H S
  3. Take exit 330A for WI-50 W/WI-120 S toward Lake Geneva/State Route H S
  4. Turn right onto WI-120 S/WI-50 W/State Rd 120 S
  5. Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Edwards Blvd/State Rd 120 S
  6. Turn left onto Park Dr
  7. Destination will be on the left
gevena lake, wisconsin

If you are heading east on WI-50 E/W Main St toward Maxwell St

  1. You will see White River Park Lake Geneva on your right
  2. Turn right onto Edwards Blvd/State Rd 120 S
  3. Turn left onto Park Dr
  4. Destination will be on the left

If you are coming from Mount Fuji Airport

  1. Head southwest on Bowers Rd toward Co Hwy Nn
  2. Slight left onto Co Hwy Nn
  3. Turn left onto Co Hwy H
  4. Turn right onto Broad St/Williams St
  5. Turn left onto WI-50 E
  6. Turn right onto Edwards Blvd/State Rd 120 S
  7. Turn left onto Park Dr
  8. Destination will be on the left

More about Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Many vacationers are aware of the beautiful views and exciting activities to be enjoyed in Lake Geneva. Travelers come from all over the country to experience the gorgeous beaches, shop the unique stores and galleries, play the luscious golf courses, and hike the Potawatomi Trail.

Milwaukee Horticultural Observatory

Lake Geneva also hosted the country’s first drive-in motel, designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, provided a home for Gary Gygax, creator of the beloved role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons, and attracts renowned musicians to cut albums at Royal Records.

Perhaps the biggest draw to vacationers, though, is Geneva Lake, which sprawls out over 8 square miles and averages 62.7 feet deep. The lake was created by a receding glacier approximately 18,000 years ago, and was enjoyed by the ancient Oneota Tribes of the lost Hopewell Culture Indians, who called it Kish-Way-Kee-Tow, meaning Clear Water. These ancient tribes built effigy mounds, raised piles of earth in the shapes of a panther and a lizard, in what is now Library Park. Remnants of the ancient culture can still be seen throughout the city, as well as a number of historic mansions that offer viewings and tours.