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This profile was last updated on 6/29/11  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Attorney

Hausmann-McNally S.C
Local Address: Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Company Description: Hausmann McNally has been dedicated to serving the community for over 35 years. In this time we have helped hundreds of auto accident victims, and we feel there are...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • law degree
    University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • bachelor's degree , history
    University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • UW Law School
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Web References
Madison Injury Attorney, William Smoler
www.mcinjurylaw.com, 29 June 2011 [cached]
William Smoler
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William Smoler
Attorney William Smoler attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he earned a bachelor's degree in history and his law degree in 1975.
Smoler heads the firm's Madison office and handles their largest cases in central and western Wisconsin. Since he began with the firm in 2004, he specializes in working with clients who suffered injury in automobile, truck and motorcycle accidents. His skills and experience as a trial attorney and his creativity in working for his clients are traits that distinguish him in the field.
Madison Magazine named him a "best lawyer in Madison" in both the personal injury and medical malpractice fields. He is known as one of Wisconsin's most experienced trial lawyers. The Kenosha, Wisconsin native paid for law school by working full-time jobs while also taking classes. After law school, Smoler established his own law firm, Smoler & Albert, along with partners who eventually went on to elected public office. He worked at Murphy & Desmond in Madison where he become a shareholder and eventually managing partner.
Smoler has argued five cases before the Wisconsin Supreme Court in the past 10 years, a record that few lawyers can match. The cases have resulted in new law and new rights for people who were the victims of practitioners implanting false memories of childhood abuse.
He has achieved multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for clients in false memory cases where practitioners caused vulnerable individuals to falsely accuse relatives of rape, incest and abuse. These "false memory" cases occupied Smoler and his law associates for several years.
He is part of a three-generation law family. His mother Harriet was one of the first 100 women to graduate from the UW Law School and his daughter Tedia practices criminal law in Milwaukee.
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William Smoler
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Attorney William Smoler Hausmann-McNally, S.C. 22 N. Carroll St. #101 Madison, Wisconsin 53703
William Smoler
www.hausmannmcnally.com [cached]
They were represented by Madison Attorney Bill Smoler, who heads the Madison office of Hausmann-McNally, S.C.
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Smoler has argued five cases before the Wisconsin Supreme Court in the past 10 years.
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"This case is about whether or not things went wildly astray when common sense wasn't used," Bill Smoler, the parents' attorney, said in his closing statement.
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Smoler, his legal assistant and two local experts convinced the jury of the defendants' negligence.
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Hausmann-McNally Attorney William Smoler knew he had his hands full when he had a client who had suffered a back injury in a truck accident. Smoler heads the firm's Madison office. The man was injured and required back surgery, but his legal problem was that he had a previous back injury. The defendant's insurance company tried to use this man's prior injury as a reason to dismiss the claims of the more recent injury. It takes a skilled attorney to present a convincing case that a pre-existing condition does not invalidate someone's more current injury claim.
Smoler had to demonstrate before a jury in Rock County Circuit Court that the back injury from the most recent accident did cause the man's injuries, pain and suffering. While the defendant's insurance company never offered the man more than $200,000 during negotiations, the jury awarded him $518,000.
Smoler points out that it is often difficult, sometimes impossible, to receive a good settlement if there was a pre-existing condition because it is difficult to determine which injury caused the current pain and suffering. Smoler convinced the jury that the injuries-and resulting pain and suffering-resulted from the most recent accident.
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Tags: Hausmann McNally, Madison, Personal Injury Attorney, Truck Accident, WI, William Smoler |
2010 August
www.hausmannmcnally.com, 1 Aug 2010 [cached]
Attorney William Smoler represented the young man and worked to help assemble the case. Smoler is the head of the Madison office for Hausmann-McNally, S.C.
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Hausmann-McNally Attorney William Smoler knew he had his hands full when he had a client who had suffered a back injury in a truck accident. Smoler heads the firm's Madison office. The man was injured and required back surgery, but his legal problem was that he had a previous back injury. The defendant's insurance company tried to use this man's prior injury as a reason to dismiss the claims of the more recent injury. It takes a skilled attorney to present a convincing case that a pre-existing condition does not invalidate someone's more current injury claim.
Smoler had to demonstrate before a jury in Rock County Circuit Court that the back injury from the most recent accident did cause the man's injuries, pain and suffering. While the defendant's insurance company never offered the man more than $200,000 during negotiations, the jury awarded him $518,000.
Smoler points out that it is often difficult, sometimes impossible, to receive a good settlement if there was a pre-existing condition because it is difficult to determine which injury caused the current pain and suffering. Smoler convinced the jury that the injuries-and resulting pain and suffering-resulted from the most recent accident.
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Tags: Hausmann McNally, Madison, Personal Injury Attorney, Truck Accident, WI, William Smoler |
Truck Accidents - Hausmann McNally
www.hausmannmcnally.com [cached]
Hausmann-McNally Attorney William Smoler knew he had his hands full when he had a client who had suffered a back injury in a truck accident. Smoler heads the firm's Madison office. The man was injured and required back surgery, but his legal problem was that he had a previous back injury. The defendant's insurance company tried to use this man's prior injury as a reason to dismiss the claims of the more recent injury. It takes a skilled attorney to present a convincing case that a pre-existing condition does not invalidate someone's more current injury claim.
Smoler had to demonstrate before a jury in Rock County Circuit Court that the back injury from the most recent accident did cause the man's injuries, pain and suffering. While the defendant's insurance company never offered the man more than $200,000 during negotiations, the jury awarded him $518,000.
Smoler points out that it is often difficult, sometimes impossible, to receive a good settlement if there was a pre-existing condition because it is difficult to determine which injury caused the current pain and suffering. Smoler convinced the jury that the injuries-and resulting pain and suffering-resulted from the most recent accident.
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Tags: Hausmann McNally, Madison, Personal Injury Attorney, Truck Accident, WI, William Smoler |
$518,000 Despite Attempts to Discredit Back Injury
www.hausmannmcnally.com [cached]
Hausmann-McNally Attorney William Smoler knew he had his hands full when he had a client who had suffered a back injury in a truck accident. Smoler heads the firm's Madison office. The man was injured and required back surgery, but his legal problem was that he had a previous back injury. The defendant's insurance company tried to use this man's prior injury as a reason to dismiss the claims of the more recent injury. It takes a skilled attorney to present a convincing case that a pre-existing condition does not invalidate someone's more current injury claim.
Smoler had to demonstrate before a jury in Rock County Circuit Court that the back injury from the most recent accident did cause the man's injuries, pain and suffering. While the defendant's insurance company never offered the man more than $200,000 during negotiations, the jury awarded him $518,000.
Smoler points out that it is often difficult, sometimes impossible, to receive a good settlement if there was a pre-existing condition because it is difficult to determine which injury caused the current pain and suffering. Smoler convinced the jury that the injuries-and resulting pain and suffering-resulted from the most recent accident.
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Tags: Hausmann McNally, Madison, Personal Injury Attorney, Truck Accident, WI, William Smoler
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