James P. Samster (Dates of Practice 1965-2018)

James P. SamsterJames P. Samster (Dates of Practice 1965-2018)

A Fighter for Just Compensation for Injury Victims

James P. Samster is a founding member of the personal injury law firm Samster Konkel & Safran, S.C. A 1964 graduate of Marquette University Law School, Attorney Samster represented accident and injury victims in Wisconsin as one of our Milwaukee personal injury attorneys for more than 40 years.

Attorney Samster's experience representing clients in a wide variety of personal injury matters included:

In his career, Attorney Samster personally handled and successfully settled or tried more than 10,000 personal injury cases in Milwaukee and beyond. With his long tenure of practice in Wisconsin, Attorney Samster regularly represented the children and grandchildren of some of the thousands of people he represented since 1965.

Attorney Samster was involved in several legal associations, including:

Samster Konkel & Safran, S.C.

What sets our firm apart is the fact that our clients have far more access to our attorneys than do the clients of other law firms in the area. We believe that this contact helps to build familiarity and trust, and ultimately leads to a better outcome than if the client were to deal primarily with a legal assistant.

We also pride ourselves on being prepared and proactive in cases. We have staked out bus stops looking for witnesses to accidents involving our clients, for example, and we have gone above and beyond in many other creative ways to help our clients. Our lawyers, are here to serve, and are looking forward to helping you with your case.

Contact us today to find out if we can help you gain compensation following your injury. Call (414) 455-1639 today!

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