Attorney Jonathan P. Groth of Groth Law Firm, S.C. has litigated cases across Wisconsin. Attorney Jon P. Groth has represented corporations, individuals and the families of deceased victims before circuit court judges all the way to the Supreme Court of Wisconsin. Attorney Jon P. Groth and the Groth Law Firm, S.C. helps plaintiffs in all areas of litigation and personal injury law. Attorney Jon P. Groth has successfully tried cases throughout Wisconsin in both State and Federal Court and has joined the elite few Wisconsin attorneys who have argued before the Wisconsin State Supreme Court. Recent jurys have awarded attorney Jon P. Groths clients verdicts of $900,000 and $1.2 million. Attorney Jon P. Groth recently obtained a judgment of $2.15 million. Able to fight for his clients after trial, Attorney Jon P. Groth has successfully fought for his clients on appeal, twice arguing cases before the Wisconsin State Supreme Court. When you hire the Groth Law Firm you are hiring an attorney that is skilled and dedicated with proven results. Just recently, Attorney Jon P. Groth obtained what the circuit court judge stated as the largest "soft tissue" whiplash type injury verdict in Sheboygan County in his memory. Prior to founding Groth Law Firm, S.C., attorney Groth clerked with a prominent plaintiff personal injury firm in Illinois in 1997 and 1998. After graduating from Marquette University Law School, Mr. Groth spent several years in general practice litigating a wide variety of cases ranging from probate disputes to commercial conflicts to personal injury and privacy matters. Mr. Groth is a frequent lecturer to local and state bar associations on topics related to personal injury litigation. Mr. Groth also currently serves as an Adjunct Professor at Cardinal Stritch University. Attorney Jon P. Groth is a member of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Wisconsin and American Association for Justice (AAJ). He serves as the liaison from the AAJ to Marquette University Law School and sits on the Board of Governors for its New Lawyer Division. Groth is also a member of the Wisconsin Association for Justice where he was Chair of the New Lawyers section. Attorney Groth served as co-chair of the Wisconsin State Bar Solo & Small Firms Subcommittee on Technology, Vice Chair of the Solo & Small Firm Conferences Planning Committee and the Chair of the 2010 Solo & Small Firm Conferences Planning Committee.