ABOUT THE LAW FIRM
A Leading Trial Law Firm Since 1982
Founded in 1982, Hammarback Law Offices has established itself as a leading trial law firm dedicated to representing clients in complex agricultural law and stray voltage litigation. Our firm draws on decades of experience litigating cases across the country to support and represent clients in Wisconsin and Minnesota with real estate transactions and litigation, criminal defense, estate planning and probate, business law, and family matters. Our team approach to litigation ensures innovative solutions to complicated cases and the highest level of communication with you.
Never satisfied with only adequate results, our attorneys chart new legal territory and never stop innovating to exceed your goals and expectations.
Our staff has decades of combined experience assisting clients with all of their legal problems. Our top priority is client satisfaction by exceeding their expectation with client communication and representation.
B. J. (Barry) Hammarback is the founding partner of Hammarback Law Offices. A very experienced civil litigator, Barry concentrates on stray voltage litigation, agricultural law and litigation, and civil mediation. Barry also represents and supports clients with estate planning, probate, and business transactions.
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Licensed Private Detective
Wm. Rasmussen is a licensed private detective in the State of Wisconsin, working for Hammarback Law Offices since 1987. He takes great pride in building a strong relationship with clients and their witnesses.
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Attorney Diane Odeen is an experience civil litigator, and has represented clients in both state and federal court, as well as in administrative and licensing matters.
Alex Tessman has been a legal assistant at Hammarback Law Offices since September 2011. He helps the attorneys on all cases and works directly with clients. Alex plays an integral part in trial preparation and is actively involved with trial. He ensures that litigation runs smoothly and that clients receive constant communication about their case.