My name is Bob Janssen, and I’m a civil litigation attorney located in Green Bay. I concentrate my practice in personal injury, workers’ compensation and civil litigation.
My clients are hard-working Wisconsinites whose lives have been adversely affected by an event they’d most certainly like to forget. But that isn’t always so easy to do, and it’s usually impossible to move on before proper recourse has been taken. That’s where I am able to help provide solutions.
I’m confident that when you choose me to represent your case, you’ll find my level of commitment second-to-none. I will go out of my way to right the wrong and help you secure fair and reasonable compensation. My clients are my priority, and I will operate at the highest professional level possible for you.
I have lived in the Green Bay area for many years. My wife, Lorie, and I have two boys who listen (most of the time!) and enjoy sports.
I graduated from Marquette University Law School, where I was a member of the prestigious Marquette University Law Review, and I’ve been practicing law for 31 years. I’m a member of a variety of legal clubs and organizations: the State Bar of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Association of Worker’s Compensation Attorneys, the American Association for Justice, the Wisconsin Association for Justice, the Brown County Bar Association and the Robert Parins Inns of Court.
Since 2018, I have been named a Wisconsin Super Lawyer, an honor and designation received by no more than five (5) percent of attorneys in the state. I am also a member of the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel, a professional organization dedicated to promoting the highest standards of legal excellence. Fewer than one (1) percent of the nation’s attorneys are recipients of this esteemed award.
When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my family, fishing and playing tennis. I’m a member of the Brown County Tennis Association Board of Directors, and I am a middle school tennis coach. I also serve on the Board of Directors for the Green Bay Botanical Garden.