Consumer Protection Law Firm Expands its Construction Defect Practice Into Wisconsin
Milwaukee/Madison, Wisconsin – February 6, 2017. The law firm Benson, Kerrane, Storz & Nelson, P.C. (“BKSN”) is expanding its practice into Wisconsin, including the cities of Milwaukee and Madison. BKSN is a leading construction defect law firm in Minnesota, Colorado, and Texas, and represents property owners and community associations in construction defect claims against developers, builders, subcontractors, product manufacturers, and their insurance companies. BKSN also handles construction product defect class action lawsuits for plaintiffs, as well as denied and underpaid first-party insurance claims for its clients. BKSN Partner Alex Nelson, started and oversees BKSN’s Bloomington, Minnesota office, will lead the expansion into Wisconsin.
Nelson, who was just recently sworn in to the Wisconsin Bar, says this about his firm’s entry into the Wisconsin legal market: “We’re really excited to expand our practice across the border into Wisconsin. We can’t find another plaintiff’s law firm quite like ours in Milwaukee or Madison, that handles almost exclusively construction defect claims the way that we do. I think that our firm’s contingent fees and attorney-advanced litigation costs will be well received by homeowners and HOAs that need legal services but can’t afford to pay for them out-of-pocket, or that don’t want the risk of funding a lawsuit that has an uncertain outcome. We’re really looking forward to getting involved in the Wisconsin legal community and advocating for Wisconsin property owners.”
Over its history, BKSN has recovered a total of more than $275 Million for its clients by way of settlements, jury verdicts, and arbitration awards. BKSN’s attorneys have been recognized by numerous local and national organizations for their legal ability and professionalism. The firm’s core values are to serve others and improve the communities where we all live and work. Those values are realized through both BKSN’s consumer protection work and its employees’ community involvement.
For more information, contact:
Alex M. Nelson, Esq.