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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 Read More

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 Read More

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 Read More

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 Read More

National Ride to Work Day Demonstrates Motorcycle Significance

[caption id="attachment_1455" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Image from Ridetowork.org[/caption] 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 Read More

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 Read More

Long-term Care for Your Family: Nursing Home, In-Home Care, and Signs of Elder Abuse

The recent news on Family Care/IRIS changes and nursing home mistreatment has sparked some interest in the care provided to our elderly and disabled Wisconsin citizens. Our seniors and people Read More

Workplace Safety: Construction Workers Face High Risk of Injury

Construction season is well underway in Wisconsin. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported over 100,000 of Wisconsin’s workforce were employed in the construction industry in May last year. On-site injuries Read More

Driving Apps to Keep Teen Drivers Safe

Parents will do anything to keep their children safe and today with all of the technology it is so hard to keep up with the changing times. Thanks to some Read More

Driving in Construction Zones

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying: There are only two seasons in Wisconsin, winter and construction. We are now well into the season of construction, and I know I for Read More

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