Auto Accidents

12 Nov

Can I Sue Someone for Running a Red Light and Hitting Me?

When drivers try to beat a red light instead of slowing down to a complete stop, they are putting the lives of other drivers, passengers, pedestrians or bicyclists in danger. Red-light accidents are…

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04 Nov

Who is to Blame for a Left-Turn Accident in Wisconsin?

Many accidents happen when drivers are making a left-hand turn. Most of the time, the driver turning left must yield to oncoming traffic before crossing an intersection and for this reason, the turning…

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21 Oct

Determining Fault in a Rear-End Collision

Rear-end collisions happen every day, resulting in significant injuries and damages. Victims may suffer debilitating back or neck pain that requires extensive medical treatment. The driver who rear-ended…

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02 Oct

Can Damages Be Recovered after an Out-Of-State Car Accident?

Being involved in a car accident can be a traumatic and overwhelming experience, especially when it occurs while driving in another state. You may be unsure if your injuries and damages will be covered…

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22 Sep

How Can MedPay Coverage Help Me After a Car Accident?

If you are involved in a serious car accident, you will be expected to pay your medical bills while your claim is pending. This is true even if your injuries were caused by someone else’s negligence.…

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09 Sep

Can I File a Lawsuit for More Than the Value of a Drivers’ Insurance Policy?

If you are injured in a crash, you may be eligible to make a claim against the driver responsible for the accident and any resulting injuries and damages. This is because Wisconsin follows a traditional…

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04 Sep

Options for Drivers When Insurance Companies Will Not Settle a Claim

After a car accident, many injured drivers are often left confused and uncertain about what to do next. This concern is heightened when the insurance company is not willing to settle a claim.

You…

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27 Aug

Is The Driver Always Liable for Hitting a Pedestrian?

Drivers are expected to always watch for and be extra cautious around pedestrians. Because of this, when a pedestrian is hit by a car, the general assumption is that the driver is to blame for the accident.…

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26 Aug

Do I Have a Claim in a No-Contact Car Accident?

When most people think of a car accident, they picture a collision between two vehicles. However, sometimes a crash can happen without one vehicle touching another. These are known as no-contact car…

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06 Aug

Can I Pursue Compensation After a Car Accident on Private Property?

When a crash happens on private property, it can be challenging to determine who is liable for damages. There are often different rules that apply to crashes on private property compared to public property. …

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