Attorney Gail Groy is a partner at Axley focusing her practice on Personal Injury Law and Civil Litigation.
Attorney Groy became a lawyer in 1998. Prior to that she was a qualified electrical & electronics engineer and a high school mathematics and technology teacher. She brought these valuable experiences into her practice of law handling a wide variety of personal injury cases such as motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, dog bites and wrongful deaths. She has appeared countless times in court successfully arguing the most difficult summary judgments and achieving amazing settlements for her clients. Her success rate precedes her, and Gail uses her analytical ability and knowledge of the law coupled with her experience in mediation and court to whirlwind outstanding results.
Attorney Groy began her legal career in the United Kingdom after graduating from Kingston University Law School in Surrey and the Westminster University in London. After relocating to the United States, Ms. Groy, together with the WI board of bar examiners, petitioned the Supreme Court of Wisconsin to take the Wisconsin State Bar Exam as she had a British law degree. Attorney Groy was successful, and after passing the Wisconsin bar exams, she became one of the first foreign attorneys allowed to practice law in the state of Wisconsin without having attended an ABA approved law school. She succeeded where no one had before.
Her uniqueness and skill set culminated in Ms. Groy being an associate member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, where she is working to bring forensic expertise into her litigation personal injury practice.
Outside the office, Attorney Groy is starting a vineyard in Verona with her husband, which entails planting, growing and maintaining over six hundred grape vines throughout the season.