We know that you come to an attorney because you need answers. We understand that you depend on us to provide solutions. And we know that the first way to help you is to listen.
At Zimmerman & Steber Legal Group in Delafield, Wisconsin, we are attentive to what you have to say about your needs. And because your situation is unique, we will offer personalized solutions to your legal matters.
Whether you are looking for help with estate planning, business and insurance litigation, business formation, probate, real estate or workers comp, or are interested in buying a business, contact us by e-mail or call us at 262-646-4850 to schedule a consultation.
AREAS OF LEGAL PRACTICE
With more than 85 years of collective experience, our lawyers can help you with creative, solid legal strategies in the areas of estate planning (including probate administration), business law and workers compensation. We are also accomplished and aggressive litigators, with experience in both civil and business litigation. What are the benefits for you? In addition to our deep commitment to providing you with skillful legal counsel, we are accessible and accountable, explain options thoroughly, and proceed in the most cost-effective manner possible. At
We serve clients throughout Waukesha County and southeastern Wisconsin whose legal matters
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In October, the Department of Labor released a report that is highly critical of the state worker's compensations systems. This article is the first of two and focuses on the DOL's findings, particularly in light of the 1972 National Commission on State Workmen's Compensation Laws. Read More