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Action Law Discusses Premises Liability vs Product Liability Cases

Everyone should be able to count on the safety of the products we purchase and use.  Unfortunately, injuries happen more often than we’d like.  Product negligence can result in severe burns, scars, poisoning, neck and back injuries, brain injuries and in the worst of cases….wrongful death.  Product injuries result in thousands of product liability claims…

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Working Towards Safer Wisconsin Roads

Safety Links and Recall Resources Today we’re driving some of the safest cars ever made, (Buckle Seat belts, Air Bags, Anti-lock brakes, Traction control, Back-up cameras, etc.), yet crash fatalities remain the leading cause of death in the United States for persons 3-34 years of age.   In an effort to save lives, many organizations work together to educate…

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Do I have a personal injury case? Do I have to go to trial?

If you’re injured as the result of someone’s negligence, the negligent party is expected to pay for the total damages that you have incurred.  Personal injury lawsuits are designed to redeem compensation for past and future medical bills, pain and suffering, and any lost wages.  However, not every injury justifies a lawsuit.  That decision will…

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Drunken Driver Victim Accidents

In an instant, your life has turned upside down from someone else’s reckless actions. You likely feel overwhelmed not knowing how to pay your medical bills from your inability to work during your recovery. When the stakes are high, seek legal help from an experienced personal injury law firm.

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Wisconsin’s Boating Season off to a Deadly Start

As of early August, Wisconsin’s 2011 boating season reached a sad milestone: the number of boating deaths for the summer of 2011 had already equaled the total number of boating deaths in 2010. And, with approximately a month left of summer, Wisconsin’s boating season may be in its waning moments, but there is plenty of…

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Wisconsin Implements New Drunk Driving Laws

Beginning in July 2010, Wisconsin drivers will face higher fines, more jail time and stricter penalties for driving under the influence (DUI). Signed into law by Governor Jim Doyle on December 22, 2009, the new rules are viewed by many lawmakers as far from perfect — but a move toward strengthening Wisconsin’s drunk driving laws….

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Recreational Vehicles and Motorcycles Are a Recipe for Fun and Danger

Although the warm-weather season in Wisconsin can be short, Wisconsin residents love to make the most of it. We enjoy our numerous lakes, forests and scenic roadways on personal watercraft, all-terrain vehicles and motorcycles. These recreational vehicles bring people closer to the great outdoors with the added thrill of adventure. Even in the wintertime, the…

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Number of Drivers With Drugs in Their Systems on the Rise

When most people hear the phrase “driving under the influence” (DUI), they think of alcohol, and for good reason. A growing concern, however, is the number of drivers who operate a vehicle after taking some kind of drug. Drugs of all stripes, legal or illegal, prescription or over-the-counter, can cause impairment, making it a risk…

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No Snow and Warm Weather Let’s Ride

As the seasons change and the weather moves steadily toward summer, the long hibernation for motorcycle enthusiasts comes to an end. Whether a weekend trip through Door County or just a short ride to work, motorcyclists have plenty of options for riding in Wisconsin, including the freedom to choose whether or not to wear a…

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