Accident During COVID-19
If you’re involved in an accident during COVID-19, do not put off seeking the advice of an attorney as it could have a negative impact on your personal injury lawsuit. Your safety is as important as a settlement that compensates fully for your injuries and other losses. At a time when our law firm, and…Read More
Injury Lawsuit Rejected? Get Second Opinion.
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…Read More
Recover Maximum Amount In Damages
What Can I Claim In Damages? Damages ultimately deal with money. The amount in damages is basically equal to the extent of injuries or harm caused by another party. Your injuries may be caused by the action or inaction of that party. The most important takeaway is that without damages, there is no compensation. Also,…Read More
Insurance Claim vs Personal Injury Lawsuit
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…Read More
Distracted Driving in Wisconsin
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.Read More
What Is Personal Injury Litigation?
Accident injury cases can be very complex; such as distracted driving cases which can involve very detailed investigations. There may be a disagreement between who is at fault, how much compensation should be awarded, or who should pay how much.Read More
Gathering Evidence After An Auto Accident
The first stage of investigation after an auto accident is to gather evidence. The on-the-spot investigation is typically performed by a police officer, or officers who have been called to the location of the crash.Read More
Loss of Income Vs Loss of Earning Potential
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…Read More