Marisol Gonzalez Castillo

Hawks Quindel, S.C. - Madison
409 E Main St PO Box 2155
Madison, WI 53701
(608) 257-0040

Attorney Marisol González Castillo is an associate at Hawks Quindel’s Madison office. She represents individuals in personal injury, workers compensation matters, and some employment matters. A native of Mexico City, Mexico, Attorney González Castillo understands the importance of communicating with clients in their own language, and proudly represents clients in both Spanish and English.

As a personal injury and workers compensation attorney, Attorney González Castillo recognizes the stress that can come with injuries, whether suffered at work or elsewhere. The importance and comfort of having a dedicated, detailed, and communicative representative cannot be overestimated. Attorney González Castillo strives to obtain the best compensation possible for her clients, while ensuring they understand and are comfortable with every step of the case.

Before joining Hawks Quindel, Attorney González Castillo practiced law with the Legal Aid society of Milwaukee, where she provided free legal representation to low-income individuals. Attorney González Castillo successfully represented clients in the areas of landlord/tenant, consumer, and unemployment compensation. She has further led presentations on various topics, including housing evictions, worker's compensation basics, and attorney’s ethical responsibilities.

She has been an active member of the State Bar, volunteering with the Board of Governors, and the Leadership Development Committee. Attorney González Castillo is a member of the Wisconsin Hispanic Lawyers Association, the Wisconsin Association for Justice, and the Wisconsin Association of Worker's Compensation Attorneys. Attorney González Castillo is also on the board of directors for the New Leader's Council of Wisconsin, the Latinos United for College Education Scholarships (LUCES), and the Civil Rights and liberties Board of the State Bar.

During law school, Attorney González Castillo interned with the Wisconsin Innocence Project, and the Chicago Legal clinic. Her last year of law school, she was the Editor-in-Chief of the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society.