A fine crew from Team Everson volunteered to serve dinner and package meals for the residents at New Community Shelter. Many other team members who couldn't join in person made/donated cookies and gave monetary donations.
Our talented insurance defense attorneys, Heather Nelson and Brian Anderson, presented virtually at the Wisconsin Defense Counsel’s Summer Conference, where they provided strategies and practice tips regarding Independent Medical Examinations. These can be valuable tools in defending personal injury claims.
Our team collected much-needed supplies to donate to our neighbor, St. John's Homeless Shelter. St. John's always welcomes contributions from the community - its needs are even greater in this time of COVID-19.
We are thrilled to welcome Attorney Maggie R. Crawford to our team. Maggie’s areas of practice are criminal defense, felony and misdemeanor defense, and guardian ad litem. Maggie is a graduate of Arizona State University and Marquette University Law School.
Maggie R. Crawford
For Christmas the past two years, our staff and attorneys raised money and purchased toys for the HSHS St. Vincent Hospital Children’s Hospital Child Life Program. Everson Legal Assistant/Paralegal Julie OBranovich spearheaded the effort as this is a charity close to her heart. Her son, Kemper, is a former patient at St. Vincent’s Children’s Hospital. Julie, Kemper and their family received wonderful support from the Child Life Program. (Kemper’s doing great!)
OUR TALENTED ATTORNEY
Attorney Brian Anderson, through his involvement with Wisconsin Defense Counsel’s Amicus Committee, authored an “Amicus Curiae” brief which was submitted to the Wisconsin Supreme Court on a case involving applicability of Wisconsin’s Recreational Immunity statute. An Amicus brief is submitted by someone not a party to the case, but with an interest in the outcome. In Lang v Lions Club of Cudahy, Wisconsin’s Supreme Court agreed with the position of the defendants (as advocated by Attorney Anderson’s and WDC’s Amicus brief) and reversed the Appellate Court, holding the defendants in the case were entitled to recreational immunity and dismissal of the case was warranted.