Driving Accidents Preventable with Safe Ride Program

Wisconsin OWI laws, punishment, and prevention has had a lot of discussion lately, prompting a reason to continue the conversation with more information and resources. Back in 2003 Wisconsin became the 43rd state to lower the legal blood alcohol content (BAC) to a level of 0.08%. This means that if you’re driving intoxicated, with a…

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Wisconsin Seniors Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents

According to OSHA, falls are responsible for the majority of industry accidents; they cause fifteen percent of accidental deaths, and are the second cause of fatalities behind vehicle accidents. Ensure there is sufficient lighting to see walking surfaces clearly. Wear anti-slip shoes and be especially cautious of walkways covered by obstacles, those having uneven surfaces,…

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MADD about Car Accidents in WI

Drunk Driver Victim

Car accidents are one of the top causes of death for adults, and number one for teenagers. Sadly, we hear about auto accidents in the news every day in Wisconsin. Every life lost is one too many. Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and distracted driving are leading causes of accidents for teenagers.…

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Wisconsin Packers, Pumpkins and Pit Bulls

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What do Packers, pumpkins and pit bulls have in common? It’s just “that time of year,” here in Wisconsin.  Kids are back in school.  Leaves are turning, pumpkin patches are in full blossom, there’s a cool wind reminder that winter is not far away and …it’s Packer season!  The Green Bay Packers have kicked off the…

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Aggressive Driving Leads to WI Road Rage Accidents

Actions stemming from road rage can lead to serious accidents and injuries.  Aggressive driving and road rage behaviors are considered ‘risky’ by most insurance companies, and there’s good logic behind it.   If you’re the aggressor of road rage your putting other people in danger.  If an accident occurs as a result, it may not bee…

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Wisconsin Car Insurance Law – 2015 Update

This article has been updated. Read 2020 Wisconsin Car Insurance Minimum Requirements.   Governor Walker signed into law 2001 Wis. Act 14, effective November 1, 2011, repealing: The Truth-in-Auto policy liability minimum limits and returning minimum limits to their pre-TIA levels: Liability $25,000.00; Property Damage $10,000; and $1,000 for medical payment coverage (that can be…

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Working Towards Safer Wisconsin Roads

Safety Links and Recall Resources Today we’re driving some of the safest cars ever made, (Buckle Seat belts, Air Bags, Anti-lock brakes, Traction control, Back-up cameras, etc.), yet crash fatalities remain the leading cause of death in the United States for persons 3-34 years of age.   In an effort to save lives, many organizations work together to educate…

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Drunken Driver Victim Accidents

In an instant, your life has turned upside down from someone else’s reckless actions. You likely feel overwhelmed not knowing how to pay your medical bills from your inability to work during your recovery. When the stakes are high, seek legal help from an experienced personal injury law firm.

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Wisconsin’s Boating Season off to a Deadly Start

As of early August, Wisconsin’s 2011 boating season reached a sad milestone: the number of boating deaths for the summer of 2011 had already equaled the total number of boating deaths in 2010. And, with approximately a month left of summer, Wisconsin’s boating season may be in its waning moments, but there is plenty of…

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