Decades Of Personal Injury Experience

Getting from place to place in Madison often involves navigating diverse traffic on the West Beltline Highway — the heavily traveled stretch of freeway where U.S. highways 12, 14 and 18 converge and run across the city.

A high percentage of Madison car accidents occur on the Beltline, where passenger cars, motorcycles, semi trucks and other commercial vehicles enter traffic, exit traffic and intermix 24 hours a day. If you or a family member has been injured in a Beltline Highway accident, please contact our law firm for compassionate guidance and protection of your rights.

Our firm offers two convenient office locations in Oshkosh and Madison to serve the needs of clients who were injured on the West Beltline Highway or other places in Wisconsin.

Deep Knowledge of Accident Causes, Insurance and Victims' Medical Needs

With more than 30 years of personal injury law experience, attorney David K. Sparr has obtained many positive financial outcomes for victims of moderate injuries and for people whose lives have been changed forever by a brain injury, spinal injury or the tragic wrongful death of a family member. Our legal team's knowledge and capabilities extend across:

Call 800-236-3836 Now for a Caring Lawyer Who Will Prioritize Your Recovery

Our professional legal team works closely with each client to fully understand specific medical and personal needs. We are a small law firm, and we provide individualized service - in addition to working directly with Attorney Sparr, a paralegal will be assigned to you for additional contact and support. We also enlist a network of qualified experts when necessary to prove accident causes and build the strongest possible case for you.

From Sturgeon Bay and Oshkosh up north to Madison and elsewhere in Wisconsin, we offer the services of an experienced Madison Beltline accident lawyer who wants the best for you and knows how to deliver. For a free, no-risk case evaluation, please contact us at David K. Sparr & Associates, S.C., today.