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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 […]

Pedestrians: The New Distracted Driver

Pedestrians: The New Distracted Driver The end of summer brings increased pedestrian traffic as children, teens, and even adults are walking to their prospective schools. Walking nourishes and strengthens the mind, body and soul. Distracted walking, on the other hand, can lead to injury or even death. As we saw in countless headlines just after […]

Insurance After Injury: Speaking with Insurance Representatives

­ Injuries disrupt your life. Dealing with insurance companies after an injury gives many people an even bigger headache. Here’s what you need to know about your insurance claim after sustaining an injury. Within 24 Hours of an Injury If you have suffered an injury at the fault of another, it is best to get […]

Before You Hit the Road: Motorcycle Insurance that Covers You and Your Bike

Some staggering statistics for motorcycle riders were released by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration this year (NHTSA). “When motorcycles crash, their riders lack the protection of an enclosed vehicle, so they’re more likely to be injured or killed,” states a report by IIHS. “The federal government estimates […]

Cloudy Judgment: Consequences of Driving High

  As Wisconsin tries to gain traction on opiate abuse and drunk driving, many states are legalizing marijuana. The rise in both medical and recreational use of cannabis propagates concerns of safety, particularly when people decide to drive after using the drug. In response to the growing number of states legalizing weed, the National Highway […]

Big Rig Injuries

We often hear about serious accidents involving semi-trucks, because clashes with big rigs cause big injuries. The strenuous work conditions for truck drivers trigger an assortment of injuries, both on and off the road. It’s no wonder the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that trucking has three times more injuries and illnesses and seven […]

More Than a Bang for Your Buck: Fireworks cause thousands of injuries each year

The brightly colored tents advertising great deals on roman candles and other fireworks have been up for weeks in preparation for Fourth of July celebrations. Fireworks attract people of all ages with their colorful sprays of light and resonating booms, but they can also cause painful burns and other injuries and to the user or […]

Stepping Up to Stairway Injuries

Hazardous stairways can lead to falls resulting in painful injuries. We all slip, trip or fall on our own accord, but sometimes the property owner is at fault for not providing a safe stairway to their guests. Premises Liability & Stairway Hazards Property owners, and residents of the property in some cases, are responsible under […]

National Ride to Work Day Demonstrates Motorcycle Significance

In the home of Harley-Davidson, not many motorcycle owners can pass up Ride to Work Day happening on Monday, June 20, this year. Whether you started riding to work in the cool days of early spring or will be tuning up the bike for the first time this season, our attorneys wish you a safe […]

Take Note: Creating Paper Trails After Suffering an Injury

Keeping your facts straight during a personal crisis is tough, but the challenge doesn’t end after the slip, trip, fall, or other accident. For those who need to file a claim or pursue compensation for costs resulting from an accident, documentation is the best evidence in a courtroom. Attorneys advise to err on the side […]