The Wisconsin Supreme Court is easing some of the CLE rules for lawyers. More on-demand, stay-at-home options are now available, due to the current health emergency.
Latest News To get the latest news about Wisconsin’s response to the COVID-19 health emergency please visit our News Area. • • • COVID-19 Preparedness WILMIC has taken steps to limit face-to-face contact in an effort to safeguard our policyholders and employees. In-Office Hours WILMIC continues to monitor the coronavirus pandemic and remains open for […]
Law firm disaster planning is essential, and part of any disaster recovery plan should include steps to take during a public health event like the one we’re experiencing now with the corona virus. To save you valuable time and resources, WILMIC suggests using the following recommendations to structure a response plan for your law practice. […]
We caught up recently with WILMIC Board Members to ask them their thoughts on what distinguishes Wisconsin Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company from other professional liability insurers.
WILMIC is pleased to announce the launch of our Online Application Portal! Now, attorneys throughout Wisconsin can apply for professional liability insurance with just a few clicks.
We can think of no better ambassadors to speak about why attorneys continue to choose Wisconsin Lawyers Mutual Insurance for their professional liability insurance than the WILMIC staff.
Policyholders get 3 CLE/Ethics credits for attending our Shape & Build Your Practice: Minimizing Ethics and Malpractice Problems webinar on Dec. 18, 2019.
Thanks to the State Bar of Wisconsin and to all of our policyholders and attendees for dropping by our booth to say “Hello!”
The WILMIC Board of Directors welcomed Margaret Raymond and Ariella Schreiber as new directors at a recent WILMIC quarterly board meeting.
Four lawyers of the WILMIC Board of Directors were elected to new three-year terms on the WILMIC Board of Directors at the company’s Annual Meeting of Policyholders. John Danner, Tom Schumacher, Kevin Palmersheim and Ariella Schreiber will all serve three-years term on the board.