David J. Bischmann Personal Injury Attorney
For Dave, it is all about helping people. That is the reason he went to law school, and the reason he became interested in personal injury law, where he fights for people who have had their life turned upside down through no fault of their own. For over 25 years, Dave has dedicated his practice to representing people injured by careless drivers, unsafe premises, and people wrongly denied insurance coverage by Fortune 500 companies who all too often favor profits over paying what they owe. Dave is committed to ensuring a fair and effective justice system for anyone who has been injured by the misconduct or negligence of others, which is why he is a proud member of the National Crime Victim Bar Association, American Association for Justice and the Wisconsin Association for Justice.
Throughout his career Dave has been part of a collaborative team of attorneys, representing tens of thousands of injured people throughout Wisconsin and the Midwest, fighting to obtain maximum recovery for their clients, in cases both big and small. For example, he was instrumental in establishing creative theories of liability and insurance coverage to help obtain a $2 million settlement for a woman who was paralyzed when a UTV rolled over in a farm field, over $3.2 million for a man severely burned in an apartment fire caused by an arsonist, and $2.5 million for three siblings whose parents were tragically killed by a drunk driver in Wisconsin. However, rest assured that Dave is just as passionate providing VIP service and results to those who have suffered less serious injuries and damages, helping to ensure that every client recovers what they are entitled to under the law.
Dave is a life-long Wisconsin resident, born in Milwaukee, raised in Waukesha, and currently living in Hartland with his wife, Heidi, and high-energy red labrador retriever, Copper. He earned his undergraduate and law degree from UW-Madison Before dedicating his practice to injury victims, he served as law clerk to both Appeals Judge Harry S. Snyder and Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley. When not in the office in the fall and winter, you can find Dave in Madison or Green Bay enjoying all the festivities surrounding Badger and Packer football games. In the spring and summer, Dave and Heidi like to take advantage of the outdoors, especially “Up North,” at many of Wisconsin’s lakes, trails and parks, where you can find them biking, hiking and boating.