South Milwaukee has a proud history. It was established as a city in 1897 and occupies approximately 4.8 square miles south of the city of Milwaukee. Today, it has a diverse community with immigrants from many countries and a population of approximately 21,000 people.
It is a community that is looking to the future.
The city of South Milwaukee is seeking to build on its rich history and position itself for the future with the South Milwaukee 2035 Comprehensive and Downtown Plan Update as its blueprint. The plan, as released in May 2016, states that the vision is to build on the community’s proud heritage to build a prosperous future. To that end, it seeks to enhance its downtown area, improve its schools, and take other actions to make South Milwaukee a desirable place to live and work.
Whether you live in South Milwaukee or you commute here for work, there is a lot to enjoy about this South Shore community, but, as is the case with all communities, there are risks.
Get the Help You Deserve If You’re Hurt in a South Milwaukee Accident
An accident can happen in any part of South Milwaukee. A car crash on Mitchell Street, a dog bite in Grant Park, a slip and fall on Milwaukee Avenue, or any other accident may all result in serious injuries. Whether you’ve suffered a broken bone, a brain injury, a spinal cord injury or another type of injury you deserve to make a fair recovery for the injuries that you suffered due to someone else’s negligence.
Our experienced Milwaukee personal injury lawyers can help you get the recovery that you deserve. We will go above and beyond the call of duty to make sure that your rights are protected. We will negotiate with insurance companies on your behalf and we will not hesitate to take your case to trial if that is what needs to be done to get you the compensation that you need for the injuries that you’ve suffered.
We would be pleased to provide you with a free, no-obligation consultation so that we can discuss what happened to you and how best to protect your rights. To schedule a meeting, please contact us at any time via this website or by phone. At the time of our meeting, we invite you to join us in our conveniently located Milwaukee office.
Directions to Our Downtown Milwaukee Office
- Taking I 794 N to I 794 W.
- Using the left lane to stay on I 794 W.
- Using the left lane to take Exit 1E to merge onto N Milwaukee St toward Downtown.
- Turning left on E Michigan Street.
- Turning right on N Plankinton Avenue.
- Turning right on W Kilbourn Avenue.
Our office will be on your right: 111 E Kilbourn Avenue, Suite #1100, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.