Personal Injury Blogs and Articles

Blogs and articles cover basic accident and injury topics. If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, you may be interested in Action Law Offices blogs and articles. We cover the basics, such as types of personal injuries, personal injury cases, tips for working with a personal injury lawyer, hiring a PI law firm, your legal rights, personal injury law, what’s in local Wisconsin news, and other educational material that could strengthen your knowledge of the personal injury legal process. For legal advice regarding your injury case, consult an attorney directly.

Lawsuit for Medical Malpractice Most doctors follow the industries high standard of care towards diagnosing and treating their patients.  On occasion, that standard of care falls short of expectations.  Mistakes can happen to anyone, but medical mistakes can have a significant or major impact on a person’s life. If a patient is involved in a…read more

History of State Seat Belt Laws Passenger cars were built with a simpler version of a seat belt, as far back as the 1960’s.  However, driving a car didn’t require wearing a seat belt until much later.  In 1984, states began to launch various versions of current seat belt laws. The laws began to enforce…read more

When you’re injured in an accident, seek legal advice as soon as possible. Talk to an accident attorney at Action Law Offices at no cost to you, and no obligations after the call.  If we determine that you have a case, then YOU decide if you would like our team to represent you. The one-time…read more

Wisconsin Is a Cycling Friendly State We are a bicycle-friendly state where vehicular cycling is a common sight, especially during the warmer weather months.  Like most states, there are laws in our state to protect bikers from cars.  However, it’s easy to understand why these laws may be challenging to enforce.  For the cycling enthusiast, this…read more

Summer seems so far away right now in Wisconsin. Many of us are itching to get out of the house, leave the work behind, and catch a little rest and relaxation at a destination just a drive away. Wisconsin people are not alone; according to AAA, there will be a million more drivers on the…read more

Odds are that most adults will be in several accidents over the course of a lifetime yet many are still not that familiar with the contents, availability, or significance of a police report. Contents of a Police Report are Generated at the Scene of an Accident At the scene of an accident, law enforcement is…read more

Stealing cars is illegal and irresponsible.  It targets innocent people, and puts many more at risk of crashes and fatalities during high speed joy rides.  For many years in the Milwaukee area, car theft appeared to be on the decline.  However recent news and supporting data indicates that this problem is becoming a new epidemic…read more

Wisconsin less tough on a drunk drivers Wisconsin, compared to other states, continues to be less tough on drunk drivers, especially for first offenses.  However, because drunk driving contributes to nearly half of the fatal accidents in our state, there seems to be more action towards fixing the problem;  recent laws have become more tough. Repeat drunken…read more

Few will disagree that bicyclists and motorcyclists who wear appropriate helmets may suffer fewer, less-series injuries in the event of an accident.  Powerful engines and high speeds add severity to accident injuries. However, many still choose not to wear them.  Wisconsin is not a universal helmet law state so wearing a helmet is a choice…read more

If your social media posts are examined as part of a personal injury investigation, what would they reveal?  Pew Research Center, July 2015, states that 76% of adults use social networking sites such as Facebook, Pinterest and LinkedIn.  Using social media has become so comfortable as a communication medium that people are often more revealing…read more

DISCLAIMER: Blogs and articles cover very basic accident and injury topics for education and awareness such as statistics, Wisconsin Laws, injury areas, compensation and injury victim rights. Information not intended for legal advice; consult with an attorney directly.