Hit and Run Attorney in Appleton, WI

In Wisconsin, hit and run accidents are an epidemic averaging 17,856 hit and run-related crashes and 2,736 related injuries from 2015 to 2020. Tusler Law serves Appleton, Oshkosh, Fox Valley, and the surrounding areas to give clients the compensation they deserve. If you or a loved one have been involved or injured in a hit-and-run accident, we have you covered and will work with you to get the best results possible.


We do the work for you on Wisconsin hit and run cases

During your free case consultation, you will meet with us and tell us your side of the story, giving us valuable information to begin building a case for you. Tusler Law uses the information given to us and begins gathering more evidence by interviewing witnesses, checking police records, and following up on leads if the driver is unknown. We build the best possible strategy for your case and fight aggressively for your deserved compensation. Ronald W. Tusler is an award-winning attorney that prioritizes your time and has a no-win-no-fee policy. If you don’t get paid, neither does Tusler. 

What is a hit and run in Wisconsin?

A hit and run occurs when a driver fails to stop and file a police report (or exchange insurance information) after getting in an accident with another vehicle.

After a crash in Wisconsin, all drivers must:

  • Stop their vehicle.
  • Provide a name, address, and registration to all other drivers.
  • Reasonably assist anyone who has been injured. This could involve calling an ambulance.
  • Report the accident to the police. Do agree with the other party to not fill out a police report. They could go around your back, fill out a report, and you could be charged with a hit and run.

What if I can’t identify the car that hit me?

Often during a hit and run accident, the victims do not have an opportunity to identify the driver because of shock, injury, or lack of light. Write down all the information you can remember about the accident including time of day, car color, license plate, location, and any other relevant information. Go to the police with this information and they will work to locate the driver. Tusler Law also works for you to locate the driver by working with the police and interviewing witnesses to gather evidence for your case. 

What to do when you experience a hit and run

  • Call the police and get medical assistance if necessary
  • Write down as much information you can remember as possible
  • Take pictures of the damage as evidence and for the insurance company
  • Contact your insurance company
  • Call Tusler Law, Wisconsin’s top hit and run accident law firm 
Contact Tusler Law for a free case assessment.