At Urban & Taylor, S.C. of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, our legal team is committed to representing our clients to the best of our abilities and bringing peace of mind to the families of victims who were injured due to negligence. As part of our continued drive to provide quality legal counsel to local residents in need, we are proud to announce that David P. Lowe, a Milwaukee-based trial attorney, will be joining our firm on an “as counsel” basis. What this means is that he will be assisting us and our clients in addition to handling cases at his own successful firm.
David P. Lowe has been a successful personal injury lawyer and trial attorney for over 35 years and has helped numerous injured victims in Wisconsin get the financial compensation they have needed to move forward. He specializes in the areas of personal injury including car accident claims, medical malpractice claims, product liability, wrongful death, insurance claims and disputes, business and consumer contracts and disputes, and will be helping our team to the best of his abilities to ensure justice is within reach for those wronged.
Scott B. Taylor and Matthew J. Bauer of Urban & Taylor, S.C. recently helped a grieving family in Milwaukee, Wisconsin receive well-deserved peace of mind as well as a $1.1 million verdict in a wrongful death car accident claim filed on behalf of their father, Edwin Thaves.
The accident happened on January 1, 2012 when a drunk 17-year-old driver sped through the St. Paul Ave. intersection and collided with a concrete island that launched the driver’s car into the air, over two eastbound lanes, and into the vehicle driven by Edwin Thaves. Thaves was 61 years old and a successful small business owner. He died immediately– after watching in horror as the defendant’s vehicle became airborne and hurtled toward him.
At Urban & Taylor, S.C., we’re proud to consider our office one of Milwaukee’s most successful law firms. Since 1999, we’ve been proud to help clients throughout the state of Wisconsin obtain the financial compensation they deserve for their cases and get back to the tasks of living and providing for their families. We’re committed to helping those in need speak against injustice and work towards a better, brighter tomorrow.
As part of this commitment, we feel it’s vital to have an online platform that helps us better reach out to clients– both new and current– and inform them about personal injury law as well as Wisconsin worker’s compensation, disability, and life insurance laws. We have had great success helping inform clients about the vaccine injury compensation program and plan on continuing to extend our outreach regarding the program and about how it can help those who have suffered due to regular vaccinations receive much-needed compensation.