Pay For An Accident Lawyer

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Legal Fees Associated With Lawsuit You’ve been in a wreck. Now you wonder how you’re going to pay for an accident lawyer. Understand that good lawyers protect their clients from situations that may bring additional and unnecessary emotional, physical or financial hardship. Hiring the wrong attorney can be an expensive mistake. Therefore, details about legal fees…

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Eyewitness To An Accident

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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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Negligent Party Caused Injury

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Negligence Defined Negligence defined is an act of carelessness. A negligent party either does something careless or fails to do something precautionary to prevent an accident. The act can be intentional, or not intentional. The word negligence comes up often when seeking to obtain compensation for injuries and other loses. Negligence is basis of most…

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Insurance Claim vs Personal Injury Lawsuit

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What Is The Difference Between Claim & Lawsuit? There is a difference between an insurance accident claim and personal injury lawsuit, however the terms are often used interchangeably. Accidents can come in all forms. This article focuses on auto insurance and car crashes specifically. Below is a brief overview of each process with key points…

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Distracted Driving in Wisconsin

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Distracted driving of any form is inattentive and irresponsible driving.  Distracted driving accidents are under-reported and hard to prove, but there is evidence to suggest that the problem is on a steady incline.

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Cognitive Skills Relate to Safer Driving

Cognitive skills are used to safely operate a motor vehicle because they are directly related to a driver’s ability to make informed decisions. Our brains use cognitive skills to think, learn, read, remember, reason and focus. Effectively processing new information and retaining previous knowledge allows one to plan ahead and foresee potential problems before they happen.

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Personal Injury Challenges Government Immunity Law

The government immunity law in Wisconsin is directly related to the long existing U.S. existing law of sovereign immunity. By design, its intention is to protect government employees from lawsuits. For many years however, courts have struggled with defining where to draw the line between protections and liabilities.

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When the Insurance Adjuster Calls

Shortly after a car accident, and possibly before choosing a personal injury attorney, the insurance adjuster from the insurance company representing the other driver is going to call.  The job of the insurance adjuster is to interview the parties involved in auto accidents, inspect the properties that were damaged, and put together accident recap reports for claims examiners to evaluate and approve.

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