Michael S. Murray

Michael Murray is a shareholder in the Milwaukee office of Kasdorf, Lewis & Swietlik practicing in the litigation group. Over the course of his career, he has defended clients regarding a variety of issues such as motor vehicle accidents, premises liability cases, dental malpractice claims and many other complex areas. Recently Attorney Murray has also developed a practice in construction law and nursing home litigation.

He has been involved in numerous cases involving condominium complexes as well as large scale commercial developments and residential construction cases. In addition Mr. Murray has represented numerous parties in construction cases including developers, general contractors, sub-contractors and construction managers. He has also been involved in complex litigation including construction liens and property right-of-ways.

Attorney Murray has represented various nursing homes and other living facilities throughout Wisconsin involving a range of negligence issues. Often times, Attorney Murray is retained early to assist with the initial investigation in efforts to minimize exposure for clients, pre-suit.

Marquette University Law School, J.D., 1989
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, B.A., Political Science, 1986
U.S. District Court-Eastern District of Wisconsin
Honors & Recognitions
AV Rated in Martindale Hubbell
Included in the 2006 edition of SuperLawyers
Included in the 2007 edition of SuperLawyers
Included in the 2014 edition of SuperLawyers
Professional Memberships and Associations
Defense Research Institute
State Bar of Wisconsin
Wisconsin Association of Homes and Services for the Aging
Wisconsin Defense Counsel
Wisconsin Health Care Association
Reported Decisions

State Decisions

McGee v. Bates, 2005 WI App 19; 278 Wis.2d 588, 691 N.W.2d 920 (Ct. App. 2004)

Rizzuto v. Cincinnati Ins. Co., 2003 WI App. 59; 261 Wis. 2d 581; (Wis. Ct. App. 2003)

Muskevitsch-Otto v. Otto, 2001 WI App 242, 248 Wis. 2d 1

Dixson v. Wisconsin Health Organization Insurance Corporation, 2000 WI 95, 237 Wis. 2d 149 (2000)