Car Accidents

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Options for Wisconsin Drivers Hit by an Underinsured Driver

If you get severely injured in a car crash, it is possible the at-fault driver will not have enough insurance coverage to pay your damages. If the at-fault driver only has the minimum insurance policy, a severe injury could quickly exhaust his or her… Read More

AAA Study Finds in-Vehicle Technology a Big Distraction for Older Drivers

There is no doubt that technology simplifies our daily tasks, but when it comes to driving, is it doing more harm than good? The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety seems to think so, especially when it comes to older drivers on the road. New research… Read More

Ford Knowingly Sold Cars with Dangerous Transmission Problems

A Free Press Investigation has found that Ford Motor Co. knowingly launched two low-priced models equipped with faulty transmissions. Ford continues to sell these models despite thousands of complaints and many costly repairs. Many of the cars with these… Read More

How to Prove You Were Not at Fault in a Car Accident

When you are involved in a car accident, the first question that comes to mind is, “who caused the accident?” Determining who is at fault can make all the difference. Typically, the at-fault driver is responsible for the accident damages like medical… Read More

Factors in Car Accidents That Get Less Attention Than Speeding or Drunk or Distracted Driving

There is a lot of media attention on things like drunk driving, distracted driving and speeding because these factors cause a lot of accidents. However, there are other factors that can be involved in car accidents that get a lot less attention. Below,… Read More

Building a Case for Compensation for a Soft-Tissue Injury

Car accidents can lead to a variety of injuries, from broken bones and internal bleeding to traumatic brain injuries. Victims can also suffer soft tissue injuries, such as whiplash or torn rotator cuffs. These injuries are often considered to be less… Read More

Staying Safe in the Most Dangerous Intersections in the Milwaukee Area

Last spring, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported on some of the most dangerous, crash-prone intersections in the Milwaukee area. The Journal Sentinel reported on crash statistics from 2012 to 2016, showing the high number of crashes and injuries at… Read More

Reasons You Should Avoid Following Other Vehicles Too Closely

Too many drivers tailgate other vehicles, which means they drive too close behind them. This is a top cause of car accidents, particularly in high traffic or when there is bad weather, such as snow, rain, or ice on the roads. Tailgating is dangerous… Read More

Compensation for Passengers in Car Accidents

When a car accident occurs, and you are a passenger in one of the vehicles and not one of the drivers, how do you obtain compensation for your medical expenses and other damages? If you ever get injured as a passenger in a car accident, there are answers… Read More

Mistakes to Avoid After Suffering an Injury in a Car Accident

Most drivers do not know what to do right after getting injured in a car accident. It is difficult to stay calm and think clearly, particularly when you are in pain in the immediate aftermath of a traumatic car crash. However, sometimes the things you… Read More

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