In Wisconsin, drivers must fulfill specific obligations after getting into a motor vehicle accident. These obligations include stopping at the accident scene, exchanging information with others involved, and assisting injured persons. Committing a hit-and-run or prematurely leaving the scene of a car crash may constitute a criminal offense under Wisconsin law. Wisconsin Laws Governing… Continue reading Is Leaving the Scene of an Accident a Crime in Wisconsin?
Auto insurance serves as a financial safety net for drivers. Its primary purpose is to protect you financially if you’re involved in a car accident, or your vehicle sustains damage. When you have auto insurance, your insurance company helps you pay for repairs, medical expenses, and other costs arising from accidents. This means you don’t… Continue reading Is Collision Coverage Required in Wisconsin?
Despite significant criminal penalties and decades of public education and safety messaging, people continue to get behind the wheel drunk. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there are around 37 deaths every day due to drunk driving. Our Madison injury attorneys regularly represent people hurt by drunk drivers as well as surviving… Continue reading 4 Steps to Take After a Drunk Driver Hits You
According to the National Highway Safety Administration, 5,250,837 motor vehicle accidents were reported in 2020, with over 2 million injured on U.S. roads. Accidents can occur at any place at any time, and damage can be costly. Compensation through legal action may help you curb your losses. Actions taken in the immediate aftermath of a… Continue reading 5 Key Steps to Take After a Car Accident
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Physical therapy is necessary for a speedy recovery in many personal injury cases we see in the office. When a client has to attend physical therapy, the costs and damages are included in the compensation we will fight for in court. Read more here.
The kids are back in school and the breezes are getting cooler. You don’t need us to tell you that fall is right around the corner. Unfortunately, autumn not only brings these things but also an increased risk of car accidents. Educate yourself on the risks and how to avoid them to keep you and your… Continue reading Car Accident Risks Are Just as High in Autumn
The middle back seat is the least safe, right? Someone in that seat could go through the windshield in the event of a crash! Actually, this is the safest seat to be in. It is the furthest away from impact and airbags in the event of a collision.
Your child’s safety is important to us. Here are nine common car seat mistakes, and what you can do to avoid them and keep your baby safe. 1. Do not purchase a used car seat without doing your research. If you are considering a used car seat, make sure that it… Comes with instructions, the… Continue reading Common Car Seat Mistakes to Avoid
Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. Unfortunately, it is also the holiday with the highest alcohol-impaired traffic fatality rate – more than July 4 or New Year’s Eve. Keep the following tips in mind for protecting yourself and your loved ones as you hit the road this Memorial Day weekend. Use Your… Continue reading Stay Safe on the Roads Memorial Day Weekend