Hawks Quindel handles a wide variety of legal issues, particularly those involving workers' compensation, Social Security Disability claims and employment disputes. We have the experience and resources to help you with wage and overtime claims, severance and non-competition agreements, and labor union representation.
Call Hawks Quindel at (608) 729-4907 for more information.
Hawks Quindel has a long history of successful advocacy by attorneys who are widely recognized as leaders in the legal profession. If you are in need of high-quality legal representation with regards to workers' compensation or Social Security Disability claims, just give Hawks Quindel a call at (608) 729-4907 to set up an appointment today.
Madison, Middleton, Waukesha, Fitchburg and McFarland
With a long history of successful advocacy by attorneys recognized as leaders in the legal profession, our firm has the experience to provide you with the highest-quality legal representation.
At Hawks Quindel, S.C., we achieve results for working people. With a long history of effective advocacy by leading attorneys in the legal profession, our firm has the experience to provide you with the highest-quality legal representation. Hawks Quindel, S.C. has offices in Milwaukee and Madison as well as all the resources to take on large and small matters anywhere in the state of Wisconsin and beyond.
Call for a consultation today! Both offices provide services to Spanish-speaking clients – SE HABLA ESPAÑOL.
Hawks Quindel, S.C. provides a full range of employment-related services including labor union representation, wage and overtime claims, severance and non-competition agreements, discrimination claims, family and medical leave disputes as well as pension and ERISA matters.
We represent injured and disabled employees in claims involving workers' compensation, short-term and long-term disability, duty disability and Social Security Disability.
Our attorneys provide legal representation for individuals in family law matters like divorce, paternity and post-judgment proceedings. We're leaders in providing alternate methods of resolution such as collaborative and mediation services.
Hawks Quindel, S.C. also represents individuals regarding consumer disputes, fair housing matters, special education law and tenant disputes.
Call our law office today for an appointment!
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