medical treatment during corona virus

Should you forego medical treatment? This is a decision folks are facing, if involved in an accident today. The COVID-19 virus pandemic has filled hospital emergency rooms and hospital beds. However, a potential personal injury lawsuit depends heavily on being evaluated by doctors and following treatment plans. Your health prognosis depends on it as well.…

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second opinion from injury lawyer

To be awarded compensation in Wisconsin, there must be conclusive evidence that proves who is at fault and therefore liable to pay for damages. In many cases, proving fault isn’t as easy as it sounds, even if your injuries or losses seem significant. It’s true that some cases are more difficult than others. It’s also…

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Eyewitness Statement If you’re the eyewitness to an accident that caused property damage or injury to others, the recommendation is to report it right away. It could be recreational accident, car or truck crash, a slip and fall, a dog bite incident, or just about anything in-between. Along with being a witness, there are responsibilities.…

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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 free consultation will steer you in the right direction and determine whether or not you may have a case against the other party.

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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…

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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…

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Brain Injury

The scene of an accident can be chaotic, shocking, and confusing.  Immediately after an accident, many things go through your mind.  It is important to evaluate the situation to make the best decision regarding what steps to take next.  If you, your passengers, or anyone involved has been severely injured, the most important step is…

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In a personal injury case, it is not unusual for an injury victim to sue for compensatory and or punitive damages. Compensatory damages are designed to replace both economic and non-economic losses due to an injury caused by the negligence of another party. Losing your job, losing income during your recovery period, and/or losing long-term…

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