maximum compensation for 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,…

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what is an 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…

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wisconsin auto, auto accident coverage, wisconsin accident coverage

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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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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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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Accidents are bad experiences.  Period.  If they didn’t catch you off guard, and shake you up, they wouldn’t be called accidents. To fall suddenly, or be blindsided by an approaching object, or rear-ended by another vehicle…any accident has the potential to leave a person in a state of shock.

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