Attorney Douglas B. Keberle

Attorney Keberle is a 1981 honors graduate of UW – LaCrosse and a 1984 graduate of Marquette Law School. As the son of a Marathon County Circuit Court Judge, his interest in law began at an early age. At age 19 he began working as a law clerk for a successful injury law firm in his hometown of Wausau. While attending Marquette Law School, he worked at a leading Milwaukee injury firm, Murphy & Prachthauser. There he worked exclusively on auto, truck, motorcycle, wrongful death, nursing home and medical negligence cases.

Attorney Douglas B. Keberle
Attorney Douglas B. Keberle

His lifelong goal of representing injured persons was realized when Attorney Keberle opened his own law firm, with the single goal of providing personal attention to every injured person he would represent. That philosophy would later become the cornerstone of Keberle, Patrykus & Laufenberg, LLP, LLP, created in 1992.

Thirty years after starting his career in injury law, he has represented clients successfully in over 1000 injury cases. Attorney Keberle receives statewide requests to assist attorneys in complex injury cases. In 2004, his argument before the Supreme Court helped create new law protecting the rights of injured motorcyclists.

Attorney Keberle is a member of American Association for Justice and Wisconsin Association for Justice, leading organizations for lawyers representing plaintiff’s both nationally and statewide.

Attorney Keberle serves our community as a member of the Board of Directors for both the YMCA and Columns scholarship organization. He coaches children in basketball, baseball and tennis and enjoys spending time with his family at their northern Wisconsin cabin.