Tiffany R. Wunderlin
Tiffany has established a nationwide practice representing victims of injustice.
Tiffany has established a nationwide practice representing victims of injustice. She has developed a wide array of experience representing victims of car collisions, trucking collisions, medical malpractice, dog-bites, excessive force, and premises liability both at the trial court and appellate court level. In addition to representing victims in the courtroom, Tiffany has worked extensively in the area of legal focus groups, having planned and coordinated more than 100 focus groups.
Dual licensed in Wisconsin and Iowa, Tiffany began her legal career with Iowa Legal Aid where she represented clients who would have nowhere else to turn in cases involving their basic necessities, fundamental rights, and safety.
Tiffany is a member of the Wisconsin Association for Justice. She is committed to using her passion and knowledge of the law to zealously represent her clients who have suffered injuries as a result of the carelessness of others.
Tiffany received her Bachelor of Science degree from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota and continued her education at the University of South Dakota School of Law, where she obtained her juris doctorate. Awarded a position on the South Dakota Law Review, Tiffany authored a scholarly article on the ability of individuals to bring claims against health care insurer plans who wrongfully deny benefits. Entitled, Hardt v. Reliance Standard Life Insurance Company: Breathing New Life Into Claimants’ Ability to Obtain Attorney’s Fees Under ERISA’s Civil Enforcement Provision, it was chosen for publication in the South Dakota Law Review’s 2011 Symposium Issue (56 S.D.L. Rev. 549 (2011)).
- Products liability
- Medical malpractice
- Nursing home malpractice
- Civil rights – excessive force
- Car and trucking collisions
- Premises liability
- Wisconsin Bar Association
- Wisconsin Association for Justice