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Helmets, Safety And Legal Options

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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Social Media and your Personal Injury Case

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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Serious Injuries From a Fall? Hire an Injury Lawyer.

A personal injury term that is sometimes heard more often during the winter months is called, “slip, trip, or fall.”  However, injuries resulting from a slip, trip or fall are not limited to weather-related hazards such as slippery sidewalks, slick floors, and ice-covered steps.  Sometimes, torn carpet, inadequate lighting, lack of railing, change in floor level,…

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Advance Preparation for Inevitable Driving Conditions

Many factors contribute to the risk of being involved in a collision such as distracted driving, driver skill, speed and the environment.  This time of year, dangerous driving conditions such as slippery roads, snowstorms, and low visibility should be expected to happen suddenly.  However, many Wisconsin commuters still find themselves ill prepared when bad weather…

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Action Law is a Legal Advocate for all Injured People

Should you trust the Insurance Company? In nearly all cases, the insurance company will be most concerned with their own profits, instead of your injuries.  Conversations with an insurance company should be strategic.  When you hire an Action Law Offices injury attorney, you’re hiring a legal advocate that has your best interests at hand.  We’ll…

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Back to School with “Reasonable and Prudent” Driving Precautions

Children in Wisconsin have made their way back to school for the 2016-2017 academic year.  This means there is much more activity on streets around schools, and more attention required by drivers.  Motor vehicles can cause especially traumatic injuries to children.  Posted signs for pedestrian crossings and slower speed limits in a school zone must be…

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Medical Expenses and your Personal Injury Claim

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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Is driving with your pet a liability?

Americans love their pets, and love to travel with them.  It’s not uncommon to see small pets carried in purses, on bikes, or as passengers on planes.  Even though placing a pet in an airline travel cabin adds expense to travel costs, most pet-lovers don’t bark about the extra cost.  Last year, a bill was…

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Recalls no Laughing Matter; Product Liability Case for Food Poisoning

When a harmful bacterium enters our body, typical symptoms include fever, headache, vomiting and nausea lasting from six hours to up to forty-eight hours after digesting.  Although rare, there are sometimes long-term and serious effects of food poisoning such as kidney failure, chronic arthritis, nerve damage, brain damage, or even death.  Every day a food…

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