You can’t drive anywhere these days without seeing them: brown UPS trucks, white Fed Ex trucks, and blue Amazon vans. They dart back and forth on our roads and highways every day in a never-ending struggle to keep up with the insatiable demands of the American consumer. Inevitably, they will occasionally be involved in motor vehicle… Continue reading What if Amazon, UPS or Fed Ex Delivers an Accident?
Spring will be here before you know it and the snowflakes will turn to raindrops. Follow these tips for getting to your destination safely on wet roads. https://www.aarp.org/auto/driver-safety/info-2022/tips-for-driving-in-the-rain.html
Probable cause is a crucial issue in OWI cases. In this case, crashing a car and attempting to flee provided officers with all the probable cause they needed to execute a traffic stop and arrest the driver on suspicion of OWI. https://lacrossetribune.com/news/local/man-arrested-for-suspected-owi-after-crashing-car-attempting-to-flee/article_42793566-1f2d-5571-871d-8aff893ceb59.html
It is now illegal to use your phone to take pictures within 500 feet of a crash site on Wisconsin roads. The law’s purpose is to reduce the crashes that result from drivers taking their focus off of the road in order to take photos. https://www.cbs58.com/news/wisconsin-drivers-who-photograph-crash-sites-from-vehicles-will-face-penalties-under-new-law
This is the most common question we receive from accident survivors. The short answer is that your own health insurance will pick up the bills. They may choose to go after the at-fault party at a later time for reimbursement in a process known as “subrogation”.