Attorney Swain is an associate attorney at Hawks Quindel’s Madison office. Her legal practice covers worker’s compensation, disability benefits, and family law. Attorney Swain communicates empathetically with her clients while simultaneously providing meticulous advocacy. A two-time graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Attorney Swain is proud to call Wisconsin her home. In her free time, she enjoys cooking new recipes, biking around Madison’s lakes, and bonfires with her family.
Madison Worker’s Compensation Attorney
Attorney Swain is a fervent advocate for injured workers. Her consistent communication with clients forms a firm foundation for each case. She diligently analyzes each case to make sure no potential claim is left on the table. She is proud to continue Wisconsin’s legacy of being the first state in the country to have worker’s compensation law.
Madison Disability Benefits Attorney
Attorney Swain advocates for workers who have been denied benefits by their employer-sponsored disability insurance provider. She helps clients through the administrative appeals process, and ardently litigates contested matters to attain the best outcome for her clients.
Madison Family Law Attorney
Attorney Swain represents family law clients in their divorce, paternity, child custody and placement disputes, property division, and post-judgment matters. She takes a cordial but firm approach to obtain the best possible outcome for her clients during emotionally challenging times.
Before law school, Attorney Swain volunteered at the Dane County Rape Crisis Center on the 24-hour hotline counseling victims of sexual violence about ongoing and past traumas. In 2019, Attorney Swain traveled to the U.S.-Mexico border to inform asylum seekers of their rights and prepare them for their asylum interviews in Spanish. Attorney Swain also worked at the Family Court Clinic at the University of Wisconsin Law School to assist low-income clients with divorce and paternity cases.
Attorney Swain joined Hawks Quindel as a law clerk, where she continued through her second and third years of law school, working on numerous worker’s compensation and disability benefit cases. Now as an attorney, she brings her years of practical experience and dedication to serve and advocate for her clients.