Douglas B. Keberle
“I was a passenger in a car that was struck very hard at an intersection. I knew I needed the services of an attorney but it is often difficult to choose which attorney to hire with all of the advertising that Milwaukee lawyers do. I wanted to find a local attorney who was experienced and I contacted Attorney Keberle. After meeting with Attorney Keberle personally, I knew that I found an attorney that I could trust and that he was experienced in handling injury cases. The law firm of Keberle, Patrykus & Laufenberg, LLP exceeded the expectations that I had with the results they obtained in my case. During the entire 8 months Attorney Keberle had my case he took all of my phone calls personally. I cannot imagine any injury attorney doing a better job.”
– Catherine A.
Attorney Douglas Keberle has represented ONLY victims who have been injured in accidents for over 25 years. During that time, he has helped thousands of injury clients obtain from insurance companies the compensation they deserve. On one serious injury case, he obtained a settlement of $5.9 million dollars. That settlement was recognized as the 3rd largest in Wisconsin the year it occurred, and is possibly the largest ever in Washington County.
Mr. Keberle is most proud of the fact that he works personally and directly with every client he represents. This occurs from the day he first meets his client until the day the client’s case is successfully concluded. Mr. Keberle’s philosophy is that the legal profession best serves clients through direct communication with the attorney handling the client’s case and he has made this philosophy the cornerstone of Keberle, Patrykus & Laufenberg, LLP. Due to Attorney Keberle’s reputation, he receives statewide requests to assist attorneys in complex injury cases and receives referrals from Judges, law enforcement and those in the medical field.
Attorney Keberle has been chosen as a Top 100 National Trial Lawyer, is a member of the Wisconsin Association for Justice, and State Bar of Wisconsin. In his community he has served on the board of directors for the YMCA, the Cedar Lake Conservation Foundation and has coached youth basketball, soccer and baseball for various clubs and organizations. For recreation he enjoys traveling and spending time with his family at their northern Wisconsin lake home.