For a while, it was common knowledge in Wisconsin that riding in the back seat of a car was a safer option than in the driver’s seat or the front passenger’s seat. However, as technology continues to advance, the front seats have begun to become much safer than in…
The Department of Transportation in Wisconsin registered 11, 892 motor vehicle accidents in Dane county in 2019. Car crashes are common, so it is vital that you know what to do after a collision to get coverage for your expenses. Right after the accident If you are able, the first thing you should do is… Continue reading How to prepare a car accident claim
Electric cars offer benefits that scores of Wisconsin would-be buyers find attractive. The low maintenance costs and “green” nature powers these vehicles’ popularity, but concerns exist about their safety. Some worry about the effect of collisions on the lighter models, and others may wonder about driver negligence. Often, it is negligence that factors into many… Continue reading Why are people worried about electric car safety?
Among the most common traffic accidents are rear-end collisions. The aftermath of these crashes could be different from sideswipes and head-on collisions in Wisconsin, but the risk of a severe injury or fatality exists. Unfortunately, many cars get hit from behind while stopped, which may result in terrible injuries. Practicing defensive driving becomes challenging when… Continue reading What issues arise with a rear-end collision?
Many truck drivers in Wisconsin are often tempted to drive over the speed limit. In fact, many truck drivers believe that speeding will help them to arrive at their destination faster so that they can make more deliveries. In reality, speeding in a truck can lead to significant risks. It burns more fuel Trucking drivers… Continue reading The pitfalls of speeding in a truck
More and more Wisconsin residents are signing up for social media every year. Social media can be a great way to help share your emotions with friends and family members, especially after being involved in a traumatic car accident. However, any knowledgeable attorney will advise you to avoid posting anything regarding the accident because it… Continue reading Can social media sabotage your injury claim?
Winter presents a challenge to many drivers in Wisconsin. Read below to learn more about how to stay safe in the winter. Keep your windows visible The trunk, roof and hood of your vehicle should get swept of all snow before you get on the road. It is especially important that your rear-view mirrors and… Continue reading How to avoid car accidents in the winter
In Wisconsin, AAA officials want everyone to make a New Year’s resolution for 2021 – stop referring to car crashes as accidents. The auto group points to deadly statistics on Wisconsin roadways as a primary reason. Despite significantly fewer cars on the road in 2020, traffic fatalities rose by 7%. Few crashes are unavoidable The… Continue reading AAA: Stop calling car crashes ‘accidents’
Driving while fatigued in Wisconsin might not sound like a dangerous activity. In fact, many people do it every morning when they get up and go to work. It might be common, but fatigued driving is still responsible for hundreds of car accidents every year. Research has shown that driving while you’re tired can be… Continue reading Why should you avoid fatigued driving?
When you’ve been involved in a truck accident in Wisconsin, you’re going to need solid evidence if you want to pursue a personal injury case. Your personal testimony may not be enough. For this reason, it’s important to gather as much evidence as possible at the scene of the accident. What are some important pieces… Continue reading What kinds of evidence can be used in a truck accident case?