Meet the Personal Injury, Criminal Defense and Family Law attorneys at Eisenberg Law Offices in Madison Wisconsin
As one of the founding members of Eisenberg Law, Mark A. Eisenberg has been with the law firm since its inception in 1983 and brings years of experience in criminal defense law, personal injury defense, family / divorce law, civil litigation, and drunk driving defense in the State of Wisconsin. He currently serves as a senior partner at Eisenberg Law Offices, S.C.
Also one of the founding members of Eisenberg Law, Stephen J. Eisenberg has been with the firm since its inception in 1983. As a part of the team of 5 lawyers at Eisenberg Law, Steve brings years of experience working on criminal defense, personal injury, civil litigation, and juvenile law cases in the Madison, Wisconsin area.
Kim Zion has been practicing law in Dane County since 1990. For the last twenty years she has focused her practice in the areas of state and federal criminal defense, juvenile law (including CHIPS and delinquency), Chapter 51 civil commitments and family law. She has been regularly appointed by Dane County Judges to represent parents in both criminal and CHIPS actions and is the coordinator for the Dane County Parental Representation Project.
Jack Lindberg joined Eisenberg Law Offices as an attorney in August 2011. Previously, he worked at Eisenberg Law Offices as a law clerk. Jack’s practice at ELO encompasses both criminal law and civil litigation, including appellate advocacy. He has experience working with personal injury suits, contractual disputes, administrative claims and procedures, as well as a variety of both felony and misdemeanor criminal cases.
James C. Severson joined Eisenberg Law Offices as an attorney in 2012 and previously worked at Eisenberg Law Offices as a law clerk. James’s practice areas include civil litigation, family law, and criminal defense. James provides creative solutions to individuals who may feel uncertain with their legal rights and the legal process. He has represented people in divorces, as well as child custody, paternity, and child support matters. His experience range from traditional cases involving modest assets to those with significant net worth and business ownership interests. He also represents individuals who have been injured in accidents, parents in Chapter 48 matters (CHIPS) and individuals facing criminal charges.
Any one of our experienced attorneys will be happy to discuss the details of your particular case and will let you know if we can effectively represent you.