Attorney Rhyan J. Lindley
Attorney Rhyan J. Lindley represents clients throughout the entire State of Wisconsin who have suffered injuries and losses because of the negligence of others in cases related to
- Motor vehicle crashes
- Wrongful death
- Truck Crashes
- Motorcycle Crashes
- Dangerous property
- Animal attacks
- Boating and snowmobile crashes
- Catastrophic injuries
- Personal injury
Rhyan obtained his Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree at Northern Michigan University and continued on to obtain his Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from Marquette University in 2004. His educational background equipped him with the skills needed for a successful career in personal injury litigation.
Throughout his career, Rhyan garnered recognition for his exceptional legal abilities, including being awarded as one of “The Best Lawyers in America” from 2021 to 2023. In addition, he was honored as a Wisconsin Rising Star from 2012 to 2014. Rhyan has also been recognized as part of the prestigious National Trial Lawyers’ “Top 40 Under 40”, highlighting his excellence in trial advocacy.
With an exclusive focus on personal injury law, Rhyan is committed to fighting for the rights of those who have suffered injuries and losses due to the negligence of another. Rhyan successfully represented individuals and families fighting for their rights and secured the compensation they deserved. Rhyan’s expertise extends to all areas of personal injury litigation, including negotiation, settlement, and courtroom advocacy.
Rhyan is a trusted ally to his clients. He understands the profound impact that personal injuries can have on individuals and their loved ones. His goal is to help each client fully understand their rights and options. He is committed to providing personalized attention and guidance to each client. His many years of experience with complex litigation equipped him with the ability to help clients navigate the legal system and communicate legal concepts in a clear and understandable manner, which empowers them to make informed decisions about their cases.
Rhyan lives in Waunakee with his wife and three children. They have a full house with a cocker spaniel, two cats, and a turtle. In his free time, he enjoys mountain biking and working out. He is also the president of the Waunakee Touchdown Club and serves on the board of directors for Wick Buildings.