NOT YOUR AVERAGE ATTORNEY…
JUDGES HAVE NOTED JEFF’S EXCEPTIONAL
WRITING SKILLS, GETTING HIS CLIENTS EXCEPTION RESULTS:
- “Jeff – I must say this is excellent – as Mr. Rosenmeier would say, “first rate.”…Your use of Appendix B is ingenious.” Comments written by Justice John Simmonette of the Minnesota Supreme Court on Jeff’s brief for his 3rd year Legal Writing course. Justice Simmonette was the course instructor and used Jeff’s brief as an exhibit for class.
- “Thank you very much for your excellent highly explanatory April 4, 2016 letter which aptly describes in great detail the saga that [client’s name] has undergone since [date of injury]. In all candor, your letter reads like a law school exam question. I have been reviewing fee request letters for 29 years. If ever an attorney is eligible for a fee, it is you, sir.” Letter from Administrative Law Judge Joseph P.Schaeve, an ALJ with the Department of Workforce Development, commenting on a letter written regarding an automobile accident liability claim that turned into an uninsured motorist’s claim that contractually involved a worker’s compensation claim.
- In favor of the appellant, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals conclude in In re Estate of Roger T. Hansen, 2011AP325, that there was no “delivery” of a gift to support the respondent’s claim that there was a gift causa mortis (a.k.a. a gift in contemplation of death). “Delivery” is needed for there to be a gift causa mortis. The cause was submitted to the court of appeals by brief – that is, the decision was based upon the written briefs submitted by the parties. On behalf of his client, the appellant, Jeff wrote the briefs and SAVED THE ESTATE OVER $275,000.
Call today at 608-592-3603 for legal advice you can count on!