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March 2015 Archives

Office Hours April 3, 2015

Peterson, Berk & Cross, S.C. will close at Noon on Friday, April 3, 2015 in observation of the holiday. Our offices will reopen on Monday, April 6, 2015 at 8:00 a.m.

Attorney Stacy Schlemmer Featured in Management Women Newsletter

Attorney Stacy Schlemmer is featured in the Management Women, Inc. newsletter this month. In the newsletter Attorney Schlemmer discusses family law and her perspective on representing her clients.

Attorney John Peterson 2015 President of ADI Board

Attorney John Peterson is the 2015 President of the Appleton Downtown, Inc. Board of Directors.  Appleton Downtown, Inc. (ADI) is a not-for-profit community coalition dedicated to an economically strong, safe, attractive and exciting downtown.

Attorney John Peterson Named as 2015 Leader in the Law

Attorney John Peterson was recently recognized by The Wisconsin Law Journal by being named as one of the 2015 Leaders in the Law. Winners are recognized for their outstanding leadership, career achievements, legal expertise and giving back through community and pro bono work.
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Check Your Insurance Coverage Before Your Spring Break Trip

Automobile insurance is one of those grown-up topics that isn't that much fun to think about. We all know we should have insurance (it is the law!), we all want to pay reasonable rates, and we all see a lot of insurance company commercials promising stellar service or cheaper prices. While getting good service at a decent price is important, it is crucial to review your automobile insurance coverage to make sure you and your family are adequately protected. 

How to deal with a concussion

A concussion is a serious head injury that needs to be monitored to lower the odds of its long-term effects. If a Wisconsin athlete suffers a concussion during a game or during a practice, it is recommended that he or she not return to play until at least the next day. In the meantime, it is important that the athlete be monitored and given a neurological exam before returning to action.

Wisconsin construction worker dies at Milwaukee project site

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation called the death of a 33-year-old man a rare incident when he was killed by machinery at the site of the Zoo Interchange project in Milwaukee. The work accident happened near 91st Street on the westbound side of Interstate 94.

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