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injury prevention during covid

Prevent Unintentional Injury

According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services data, unintentional injury was the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 1 and 44 in 2017. The current pandemic is a real-life example displaying the importance of how following safety precautions can avoid injury and save lives. We appreciate everyone who is doing…

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WI auto insurance law 2020

Wisconsin Car Insurance Law 2020 Update

For those who drive in Wisconsin, auto insurance is a financial responsibility to be taken seriously. Top priority should be to have Wisconsin’s minimum insurance requirements. Minimum WI liability insurance requirements: $25,000 for bodily injury to one person (BI) $50,000 for bodily injury to multiple people in one accident (BI) $10,000 for property damage in…

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Wisconsin Construction Accident

Construction Related Accident

Construction sites are complex work environments. They involve workers completing jobs in a variety of tricky situations such as changing weather conditions, working in confined spaces, low-light, on elevated structures, operating heavy machinery, and using potentially dangerous equipment. The fact that they work so closely to moving traffic, pedestrians and other passers-by makes construction site…

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traffic accident milwaukee

Milwaukee Traffic Situation

Due to Wisconsin governors “stay at home” orders, March traffic was down 50% from beginning of month to end. (DOT traffic volume stats) Although traffic has declined near Action Law’s Milwaukee location and on Milwaukee’s interstates, some people are reporting heavier than normal traffic on non-interstate roads. There are also an increasing number of children…

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medical treatment during corona virus

Medical Treatment During Pandemic

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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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…

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Who’s Responsible For The Accident?

While you’re healing from your injuries, the insurance company will be busy gathering information to make their determination about your claim. If you don’t agree with what the insurance company concludes, it doesn’t mean that you must go with it. It’s not at all unusual for the insurance company to lowball an offer and prompt…

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Top 100 Attorney Gabert

Is An Injury Attorney Worth It?

There’s an unfortunate series of events that lead up to any accident. Then, in an instant, your rushed to the hospital. Injuries sustained require on-going medical treatment for months. You lose wages, the potential to earn wages; there’s property to replace and a tremendous amount of pain and suffering. The insurance company proves to be…

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falling accident, weather related accident

Tips To Prevent Slips, Slides & Falling

Most people this time of year are thinking about items that need to be done before the holidays. It’s generally an exciting time of year, but “to-do” lists are becoming larger. The window of time necessary to complete tasks become smaller. Gatherings, gifts and work demands become more demanding. In Wisconsin, there’s the added stress…

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