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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 […]

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 with disabilities deserve respect, choice, and independence. When your loved ones need long-term care, you want to help them choose what services best fit their […]

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 are common for those who mend and build our infrastructure, and the attorneys at Sperling Law Offices believe our construction workers should know their rights […]

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 new apps parents are able to give their teens independence while teaching them to be safe drivers. I have attached an article about some driving […]

Concussions/Spring Sport Safety

Every year families attend Spring Sports Meetings, parents get physical forms and waivers signed so their children can participate in athletics. One of the waivers required is material on Concussions. According to the Sports Concussion Institute, the adult brain is a three pound organ that basically floats inside the skull. It’s surrounded by cerebral spinal […]

Winter Ice Brings Slippery Surfaces to Wisconsin

It’s winter in Wisconsin again.  The time of year when heating bills are on the rise.  Unfortunately, injuries from slip and falls on ice are also on the rise.  With winter comes freezing rain, snow and ice.  These winter conditions can create major hazards for pedestrians.  It is important for business owners and homeowners alike […]

Dog Bite Claims on the Rise

Children Are Most Often the Victims We all love our dogs and they are many times our closest companions and considered one of the family. But any dog can be territorial and unpredictable when it feels threatened or when defending puppies, owners or food. “Our dog has never bitten anyone before” is a common refrain […]

Milwaukee Nursing Homes to Pay $38M for Substandard Care, But Not to Residents They Harmed

A recent story in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel disclosed that Extendicare Health Services Inc., which owns a chain of nursing homes in Milwaukee, has reached a $38 million settlement for substandard and unnecessary care given to residents between 2007 and 2013. However, none of that money is earmarked for the patients who suffered; the bulk […]

Bicycle Safety

According to AAA, nearly 96 percent of bicycle deaths result from crashes with motor vehicles. The staggering number of those that result in a brain or head trauma is alarmingly high. The scariest part is that they generally happen within five blocks of their home. The best way to minimize the chance of injury is to […]

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 one am exhausted. Commutes are longer due to lane and ramp closures on the highway. Roads that were once two-way have become one-way and you’re […]