Auto Accidents

19 Sep

Why You Need a Lawyer After Getting Injured By a Drunk Driver in Wisconsin

When drunk drivers cause crashes and others are injured or killed, victims and their families want the driver to be held accountable by the criminal justice system. However, fines and jail time are not going to provide compensation for the victim’s medical care, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages. Victims and their families […]

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30 Aug

What Motorists and Pedestrians Need to Know About the Rise in Fatal Pedestrian Accidents in Wisconsin

Pedestrian deaths appear to be on the rise in Wisconsin. The total number of pedestrian deaths rose from 50 to 75 in 2022, according to a report from the Governor’s Highway Safety Association. Wisconsin saw the fifth-highest increase from 2021 to 2022 of all 50 states. This trend is mirrored nationally, as there were 7,485 […]

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27 Jul

When Can I File a Claim for a Wisconsin Crash Caused by Distracted Driving?

Distracted driving is a leading cause of auto accidents, and it poses a serious risk to everyone’s safety. If you were injured in an accident caused by a distracted driver, you may be wondering what legal options may be available to you. Our experienced Oshkosh car crash attorneys are prepared to discuss your legal options […]

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20 Jul

Understanding Wisconsin Right-of-Way Laws

Right-of-way laws are in place to ensure the smooth flow of traffic and to prioritize safety for all who share the road. A right-of-way violation can result in a dangerous accident, so it is important to know what the laws are before getting behind the wheel. Below, we discuss Wisconsin right-of-way laws for different locations, […]

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14 Jul

Determining Fault for a Right-Turn Crash in Wisconsin

Right-turn accidents can cause serious injuries, especially when the oncoming driver is traveling at high speed. Victims of these crashes have the right to pursue compensation from the at-fault party who caused the collision. However, they must prove the other driver is at fault. Do you know how fault for a Wisconsin right-turn collision should […]

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08 Jun

Who Could Be at Fault For a Wisconsin Car Crash Caused by Sun Glare?

While the sun is often a welcome sight in the spring and summer months, it can reflect off surfaces and beam directly into drivers’ eyes. This unexpected glare makes it harder for drivers to clearly see the vehicles around them, which could increase the risk of a serious collision. It may be accurate to say […]

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01 Jun

What Car Accident Victims Need to Know About Mitigation of Damages

A car crash can be a life-altering experience, both physically and emotionally. Apart from the immediate pain and suffering, accident victims often face financial burdens due to medical expenses, property damage and loss of income. In Wisconsin, there is a legal concept known as the duty to mitigate damages, which can have a significant impact […]

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26 May

What Drivers Should Know About Fault for an Accident at a Wisconsin Roundabout

According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, only one percent of all state highway intersections are controlled by a roundabout. Whereas eight percent of state-controlled intersections have a traffic signal. Due to fewer roundabouts, most drivers may not be aware of what the rules are when driving through one. This increases the chances of getting […]

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17 May

Who Could be at Fault for a Hydroplaning Crash in Wisconsin?

Wisconsin has a 10-month-long rainy season. Our state experiences the most rain in the summer, averaging about four inches between June and August. With so much rain, there is an increased chance of getting into a hydroplaning accident. If you were injured in a hydroplaning accident, you may be wondering who could be held liable […]

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26 Apr

Can I Recover Compensation for a Head-On Collision in Wisconsin?

Some of the most dangerous types of accidents are head-on collisions. The injuries suffered in these types of accidents are often severe or even life-threatening. If you were injured or lost a loved one in a head-on collision caused by another driver, you may be able to recover compensation through an insurance claim or by […]

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