Main Office, Madison

1 South Pinckney Street
Suite 410
P.O. Box 927
Madison, WI 53701-0927

P (608) 257-9521
F (608) 283-1709

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Parking Directions

Underground parking is available for our guests. Enter from Webster Street, by taking a LEFT into the first underground parking entrance to the U.S. Bank building. Bring your parking ticket with you to our office for validation.

If you are using a navigation (GPS) Device

Enter 69 South Webster Street as your destination. The entrance to the U.S. Bank parking garage is just past that address on the left.

Driving Directions

From the East Side of Madison

From Interstate 90, take the exit for Hwy. 30 towards Madison. From Hwy. 30, exit RIGHT at Hwy. 151 South – State Capitol (Hwy. 30 ends). Stay on Hwy. 151, also known as East Washington Avenue, approximately 3 miles to Butler Street (2 blocks before the Capitol). Turn LEFT on Butler and go one block. Turn RIGHT onto Main Street and go one block. Turn RIGHT onto Webster Street, merging immediately into the left lane. Go 1/2 block and turn left into the U.S. Bank parking garage entrance.

From the West Side of Madison

From Hwy 12-18, take the exit for John Nolen Drive and drive into Madison along Lake Monona. Continue on John Nolen past Monona Terrace Convention Center. At the traffic light where John Nolen leaves the lake, turn LEFT onto Wilson Street and go 2 blocks to the first light. Bear RIGHT onto King Street, go one block and at the light turn RIGHT onto Webster Street, merging immediately into the left lane. Go 1/2 block and turn left into the U.S. Bank parking garage entrance.

The Latest

School Districts Be Aware: Subsidized COBRA Coverage Now Available to Certain Individuals

School Law FYI | 04.12.21

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 places several new obligations on group health plan sponsors, which in many situations are employers, with respect to federal COBRA and state health insurance continuation laws. The most important change is that certain individuals are now eligible to enroll in continuation coverage and have their continuation coverage premiums 100% subsidized by the plan sponsor. The plan sponsor is then eligible for tax credits from the federal government to recoup the cost of this subsidy.

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