Brennan Steil S.C. Attorney William Springer Featured in Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce Video
201712.08
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Brennan Steil S.C. Attorney William Springer Featured in Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce Video

(Janesville, WI….December 4, 2017) Brennan Steil S.C. (www.BrennanSteil.com) business law attorney William Springer and his wife Katie Springer were recently featured in a video for the Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC), the state’s chamber of commerce and largest business trade association. The WMC video feature highlights the Springers’ move back to Wisconsin as well as…

Brennan Steil S.C. Attorneys Gain Insight at Association of Family and Conciliation Courts Regional Conference
201711.14
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Brennan Steil S.C. Attorneys Gain Insight at Association of Family and Conciliation Courts Regional Conference

(Janesville, WI….November 17, 2017) Brennan Steil S.C. (www.BrennanSteil.com) family law attorneys Lynn M. Galbraith-Wilson and Chelsea Fischer recently attended the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) Regional Conference, titled “Beneath the Surface of High Conflict and Troubled Families” in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The conference focused on gaining an understanding of what lies beneath the surface…

Things to know about Wisconsin insurance – Part Four
201710.30
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Things to know about Wisconsin insurance – Part Four

This is part four of a four part series about Wisconsin insurance and common types of coverage. To help you understand the most common coverages and make informed decisions about the coverage(s) you should have for yourself, here’s an explanation of how the different types of insurance coverage work to protect you. Under Wisconsin law,…

Things to know about Wisconsin insurance – Part Three
201710.30
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Things to know about Wisconsin insurance – Part Three

This is part three of a four part series about Wisconsin insurance and common types of coverage. To help you understand the most common coverages and make informed decisions about the coverage(s) you should have for yourself, here’s an explanation of how the different types of insurance coverage work to protect you. Umbrella coverage generally…

Things to know about Wisconsin insurance – Part Two
201710.30
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Things to know about Wisconsin insurance – Part Two

This is part two of a four part series about Wisconsin insurance and common types of coverage. To help you understand the most common coverages and make informed decisions about the coverage(s) you should have for yourself, here’s an explanation of how the different types of insurance coverage work to protect you. Property damage coverage…

Brennan Steil S.C. 2017 Bert Blain Memorial Heart Walk Team Raises Money to Fight Heart Disease and Stroke
201710.18
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Brennan Steil S.C. 2017 Bert Blain Memorial Heart Walk Team Raises Money to Fight Heart Disease and Stroke

(Janesville, WI…September 1, 2017) Brennan Steil S.C. Brennan Steil S.C. (www.brennansteil.com), a 139-year old law firm specializing in business, individual and family law, was pleased to participate in the 2017 Bert Blain Memorial Heart Walk team. Led by Brennan Steil attorney Jason Buckner, six team members, including attorneys George Steil and Nancy Johnson, walked on…

Protecting your personal information
201709.15
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Protecting your personal information

Your personal information has been hacked!  No one likes to hear those words.  But millions of people have after it was disclosed this week that Equifax was hacked earlier this year.  Given the amount of personal information that is on computers today, there is no way to guarantee that your information won’t be stolen.  But…

Things to know about Wisconsin insurance – Part One
201708.28
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Things to know about Wisconsin insurance – Part One

This is part one of a four part series about Wisconsin insurance and common types of coverage. In Wisconsin, tailgating before the big game is one of our favorite pastimes.  Whether a tailgater is elaborately planned or thrown together at the spur of a moment, if you find yourself tailgating before a Packer, Brewer, or…