Your Rights Matter
Once you are up against criminal prosecutors, insurance companies or government agencies, you may feel as though your voice will never be heard. These opponents can be difficult to fight, but having an experienced attorney on your side can help.
Whether you suffered a workplace injury or are facing a criminal charge, you can rely on the Law Office of Timothy Mistrioty. I am attorney Timothy Mistrioty. From my Elkhorn office, I have represented individuals throughout southeastern Wisconsin since 1996. I am here to make sure your voice is heard. My representation is focused on value. Here, you’ll get quality counsel at a reasonable cost, and you will be able to work personally with the attorney who handles your case.
Aggressive DUI And Criminal Defense
Your constitutional rights can easily be compromised in the criminal justice system once you have been arrested or placed under investigation. I handle the defense of most criminal charges, including traffic offenses, DUIs, drug crimes, property crimes, violent crimes, disorderly conduct, and more.
Many of the cases I handle involve individuals who have been stopped and cited for driving under the influence. Whether this is your first offense or you have been arrested before, you could be facing serious consequences, including the loss of your drivers’ license or jail time. You need an attorney who can aggressively defend you and protect your rights. I can help.
Dedicated Workers’ Comp And SSD Counsel
For over 10 years, I have zealously advocated on behalf of victims of workplace injury, helping them navigate complex workers’ compensation laws in Wisconsin and protect their rights in Social Security Disability claims. I can help you at any stage of a workers’ compensation claim, and I will help you fight against an unfair denial of your Social Security Disability benefits.
What My Clients Say
I am attorney Timothy Mistrioty. From my Elkhorn office, I have represented individuals throughout southeastern Wisconsin since 1996. I am here to make sure your voice is heard.