Cannon & Dunphy is a personal injury law firm serving all of Wisconsin.
Cannon & Dunphy is a Wisconsin personal injury law firm that has won some of the largest verdicts and settlements in state history. In fact, the firm has won more $10 million settlements and jury verdicts than any other Wisconsin law firm. The firm handles a wide range of cases, such as motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice and product liability. With 100 years of combined experience and recognitions such as The Best Lawyers in America, Cannon & Dunphy can be trusted for excellence and effectiveness.
Cannon & Dunphy
595 North Barker Road
Cannon & Dunphy emphasizes the representation of wrongly injured individuals. As personal injury plaintiff attorneys, they fight for maximum financial compensation in cases like car accidents, medical malpractice and dangerous pro
The Wisconsin personal injury lawyers at Cannon & Dunphy have more than 100 years of collective legal experience and have won more $10 million settlements and jury verdicts than any other Wisconsin law firm.
Attorney William Cannon of Cannon & Dunphy is part of a long-standing legal tradition. His grandfather, Raymond J. Cannon, began practicing law in 1914 and quickly became one of the most prominent attorneys of his generation. His father, Judge Robert C. Cannon, was admitted to the Wisconsin Bar in 1941 and had a successful career as a judge, even becoming the official legal advisor to Major League Baseball Players Association. For his excellence in the legal profession, William Cannon has received honors such as Lawyer of the Year, AV Preeminent on Martindale-Hubbell and The Best Lawyers in America.
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