Case Types


Over the last two decades, Brian has lectured and advised other injury lawyers on the intricacies and successful handling of cases. Our firm prides itself on personal attention to each of our clients. Your case will not be one of hundreds being "processed" by a large firm, especially those spending huge sums on T.V. marketing. Brian brings decades of experience handling injury and wrongful death cases in the following areas:

Over four decades of experience helping people and families faced with the following catastrophic injuries...

  • Blindness
  • Brain Injuries
  • Organ Loss
  • Paraplegia
  • Quadriplegia
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Severe Fractures
  •  Wrongful Death

Dawn Schoep with Brian Wojtalewicz outside the Chippewa County Courthouse after achieving a $10+ Million dollar verdict in a sexual abuse case

Dawn Schoep with Brian Wojtalewicz outside the Chippewa County Courthouse after achieving a $10+ Million dollar verdict in a sexual abuse case

In December, 2016, Brian won a verdict of $10,500,000 before a jury of Chippewa County, Minnesota, in the case of Schoep v. Schoep.   The defendant Jay Schoep,  Sr., had sexually abused his minor daughter for years. The jury found Jay Schoep Sr. liable for sexually abusing his minor daughter for years. 

Read the full story on the West Central Tribune's article: "Chippewa County jury awards over $10 million in abuse case."

Sexual Abuse


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