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More Cars, More Walkers and Bikes, More Distractions = Higher Traffic Deaths

April showers have given way to May flowers, encouraging walkers and bicyclists to get out and enjoy the weather. Long walks and leisurely bike rides can be a perfect way to soak up the sun, but busy streets with distracted drivers can be an accident waiting to wreck a lovely day. Unfortunately, when drivers are […]

Personal Injury by Assault and Battery

Many news stories about assault and physical violence pop up in our news feeds. It was nearly impossible to miss the abuse recorded by several United Airlines passengers as David Dao was dragged off of his flight while sustaining personal injuries by police officers. Unfortunately, Dao’s experience wasn’t an anomaly, but a situation that happens […]

Recent Spike in U.S. Traffic Deaths Reverses 40-Year Trend

For the past 40 years, the grim death toll from crashes on America’s roadways has been on a downward trend. But we hit a major roadblock in 2015 when the number of people lost in crashes jumped 7.2 percent from 2014, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). This is the largest percentage […]

Bring Delicious Food to the Table, Not Bacteria

Food brings people together. Whether you are coming together in the kitchen, around a table, at a restaurant, or anywhere else, you expect to share a delicious meal with people you care about on Thanksgiving. One thing you want to avoid bringing to the table is illness-causing bacteria, viruses and parasites. Keep your friends and […]

Wrongful Death Claims: A Weight Lifted from Grieving Families

There is much to do and consider after the tragic loss of a loved one. Funeral arrangements must be made. Friends and family come by and call. Loose ends in the person’s estate might need attention. You are grieving in the midst of it all. Many people ask themselves why it happened to their loved […]

Attention Holiday Shoppers: Know Your Rights If You Are Injured at a Store

Store aisles will be changing out of their orange and black dressings and into red and green. Those aisles might also be more slick from autumn rain, leaves, and soon snow. We will all be out and about doing our holiday shopping, and some accidents are bound to happen. Keep reading to learn more about […]

These Hazards Could Trip You Up This Halloween

Halloween is a great inspiration to construct graveyards in our lawns along with other creepy scenes. You may be planning to host a Halloween bash or inviting trick-or-treaters to your door this season. Before your guests arrive, be sure to check for potential safety hazards that could leave you with a premises liability claim. A […]

Taking a Bite Out of Halloween Fun: Dogs vs. Trick-or-Treaters

Halloween and other fall festivities are fun for all ages, but not for all species. Pets do not understand what is going on, and strange looking creatures are especially creepy. Dogs in particular express fear and aggravation in an aggressive way. Dog attacks can be quite gruesome, leading to extensive injuries or even fatalities. You […]

The Hard Hitting Facts On Brain Injuries

Brain injuries can be hard to detect, and they often have devastating consequences. Our attorneys see traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) most often resulting from motor vehicle accidents, but TBIs can be caused by a seemingly short fall or even a rough tackle on the football field. Because brain injuries can be inconspicuous, everyone should be […]

Wisconsin Legislature and DOT say “Orange Cones – Put down the phones!”

Have you noticed the latest messages blinking at you from construction zone signs? The Wisconsin DOT is warning Wisconsin drivers about a new law banning all handheld cell phone use in construction zones starting October 1st this year. The Wisconsin DOT reports “24,089 inattentive driving crashes, resulting in 10,640 injuries and 103 fatalities” in the […]