Mr. Michael B. Kulkoski has practiced law in Wisconsin for over 25 years, throughout the state circuit courts and administrative hearing offices. He has extensive experience in legal areas requiring litigation skills. Mr. Kulkoski also offers the skills and abilities involved in mediation with the avoidance of lengthy and costly court proceedings.
After graduation from Loyola Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana, Attorney Kulkoski gained valuable experience in insurance law through his association with a top insurance defense firm in New Orleans. He was involved in a wide range of litigation arising from maritime accidents, motor vehicle personal injury claims, longshore and workers’ compensation claims, and a wide variety of insurance claim disputes.
Mr. Kulkoski focuses his practice on representing seriously injured workers and individuals who can no longer work due to disabilities of medical and mental health conditions. He has successfully litigated many claims for total permanent disability at the hearing level and on appeal. These claims are handled on the same contingent fee basis offered by law firms small and large. If your claim is not successful, there is no fee or other charge due. Mr. Kulkoski will advance the expense of investigation and will retain experts, so his injured clients do not have to pay those costs out of pocket.
Mr. Kulkoski has been in private practice in his hometown of Green Bay, Wisconsin, since 1984 and has established himself and his family in various community activities and organizations. The Law Offices of Michael B. Kulkoski is a firm committed to excellence in areas involving injury and disability.
For more information on the background and experience of Mr. Michael B. Kulkoski, please contact the law office for additional details.
About Michael B. Kulkoski:
Admitted to Bar:
Marquette University (B.A., 1976)
Loyola University (J.D., 1980)
State Bar of Wisconsin
Wisconsin Bar Association
Brown County Bar Association
Wisconsin Association of Trial Attorneys
Wisconsin Association of Worker's Compensation Attorneys
National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives
Interplay Between Social Security Disability & Personal Injury Claims, Wisconsin Academy Of Trial Attorneys, February 2005
Psychological Injury Claims in the State of Wisconsin, Council On Education in Management, Green Bay, WI, June 2003
Anatomy of a Claimant's Practice, Lorman Education Services, Green Bay, November 2000
Return to Work Issues, Worker's Compensation in the State of Wisconsin, Green Bay, April 2000
Overview of Worker's Compensation Law, Lorman Education Services, Green Bay, November 1999