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Lein Law Offices - Winter, WI

6704 West State Road 70 Winter, WI 54896

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Updated: 05/07/2021

Winter Worker's Compensation Law Firm


Lein Law Offices has attorneys and staff experienced in workers compensation, personal injury, social security, bankruptcy, real estate, wills/probate, and family law.

About Lein Law Offices


  • English

Practice Areas

  • Worker's Compensation 25%
  • Personal Inury 20%
  • Social Security 20%
  • Bankruptcy 15%
  • Real Estate 10%
  • Other 10%


  • 75%

Representative Clients

  • Hayward Community Credit Union


  • Biller Realty

Ancillary Businesses

  • Real Estate Development
  • Sawyer County Family Court Commissioner



  • Mavis Boyer
  • Barb Held
  • Sandy Sheehan
  • Irene Kostetski
  • Shannon Krause
  • Megan Sheehan
  • Lori Johnson


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Office Information


6704 West State Road 70 Winter, WI 54896

Other Offices

Lein Law Offices (Main Office) 15692 North Highway 63 Hayward, WI 54843 (715) 634-4273

Lein Law Offices 1101 W. Clairemont Avenue Suite 1E7 Eau Claire, WI 54701

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