B'Ivory LaMarr
B'Ivory LaMarr
B'Ivory LaMarr is an active member of both the Texas and Wisconsin State Bar, and the Eastern District of Wisconsin. LaMarr is a Howard University School of Law graduate and prides himself on following the late Charles Hamilton Houston on using his career to be a social engineer. LaMarr currently serves as co-chair of the Police Brutality task force of the National Bar Association that represents a professional network of more than 60,000 lawyers, judges, educators, and law students.
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A wrongful death lawsuit is a special kind of lawsuit brought when someone dies as a result of the defendant’s negligent or intentional act. As Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s B’Ivory LaMarr explains, wrongful death claims allow the estate and or those who are nearly related to a deceased person to file a lawsuit against the party who […]

When Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer? B’Ivory LaMarr Explains Personal Injury Cases

If you have been injured in an accident, you may be wondering if you need a personal injury lawyer. The truth is that many cases warrant the expertise of a personal injury lawyer. In this article, Milwaukee WI Personal Injury Attorney, B’Ivory LaMarr, will discuss some of the most common issues that require legal representation. […]