Addresses and information on Wisconsin small claims courts and filings.
A person can file a claim in small claims court if he/she has a dispute involving a certain amount of money with another person, company or government agency.
The amount that could be recovered is limited, and it varies from state to state (usually from $1,500 to 10,000 Dollars.)
Most common claims in small claims courts involve:
Things to bring to court:
Original copies of all papers you need to help prove the case (contracts, letters, rental agreements, canceled checks, deeds, repair bills, IOUs, diagrams, written damage estimates, photographs or even drawings.)
2 photocopies of every original document. (one for the defendant, one for the court)
The piece of clothing or the appliance damaged by the defendant, if that's the case.
Any witness that could help the case. Some judges allow notarized statements by witness that cannot appear in court.
Small Claims Courts Requirements:
Hearing dates are usually set on some evenings or on Saturday (once a month.)
Hearing is scheduled within 40 days in most cases (up to 70 days if one litigant does not live in the same county).
Court Small Claims & Civil 206 Court St Chilton, WI 53014-1127 Phone:(920) 849`1415
Chippewa County Circuit Court 1 Court Reporter Chippewa Falls, WI 54729 Phone:(715) 726`7782
Clerk of Circuit Court - Small Claims 901 North 9th St., Room G-9 Milwaukee, WI 53233 Phone: (414)278`4120, Fax (414)223`1256
Juneau County Clerk Of Court 220 E State St Mauston, WI 53948-1398 Phone:(608) 847`9355
Langlade County Government Circuit Court 800 Clermont St Antigo, WI 54409-1947 Phone:(715) 627`6215
Lincoln County Clerk of Court 1110 E Main St Ste 200 Merrill, WI 54452-2554 Phone:(715) 536`0320
Clerk of The Court 825 Whiting Ave Stevens Point, WI 54481-5246 Phone:(715) 346`1386