Car Accidents

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Evidence That May Link Your Crash to Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is a huge problem across the U.S. In fact, approximately 25 percent of accidents today are caused by texting and driving. If you are injured in a car crash caused by a driver you suspect was engaged in some form of distracted driving… Read More

Can a Pedestrian Be Liable for Causing a Car Accident?

In most accidents where a pedestrian is struck by another vehicle, it is nearly always the driver who is liable for the damages. But are there any circumstances where a pedestrian could be at least partially at-fault for causing a car crash? PKSD explains… Read More

Symptoms You Should Not Ignore After a Car Accident

After a car accident, most people immediately look for signs of a serious injury. If they see no fractures, open lacerations or other visible wounds, they may think they are fine. However, there are some common delayed or minor symptoms that may indicate… Read More

PKSD Newsletter: Tips for Reviewing Your Auto Coverage

Insurance protection is only as good as the policy you purchased. Even when you think your insurance limits are enough; regular check-ups are a good idea. A lot can happen in a year, so it never hurts to make sure that your needs have not changed and… Read More

Driver Liability for Accidents Involving Black Ice

Winter Wisconsin weather, such as snow, ice, and freezing rain creates dangerous driving conditions for everyone sharing the road. Even experienced drivers can lose control of their vehicle and hit another car or fixed object, resulting in serious injuries.… Read More

Can I Share Liability if Someone Ran a Red Light and Hit My Car?

Serious accidents are often caused by negligent drivers who run a red light and collide with another vehicle, cyclist or pedestrian. If you are struck by a driver in this situation, can you be held partially liable for the damages? PKSD discusses Wisconsin’s… Read More

PKSD Newsletter: More Deadly Accidents in 2020, Despite Less Traffic

For months during the 2020 pandemic, there was 16 percent less traffic on our roads and highways. Yet despite that fact, early reports show that the number of deadly accidents actually increased. In this month’s PKSD newsletter, we discuss these alarming… Read More

What is a Fair Settlement in a Car Accident Claim?

The first offer the insurance company may offer you after being injured may initially sound like a lot of money, especially if you are recovering and unable to work. However, the insurance company is not considering all the expenses you will have to pay… Read More

Can Insurance Tracking Data Hurt Your Car Crash Claim?

Are you enrolled in your insurance company’s good driver discount program? If so, are you aware that your driving data is being tracked? PKSD discusses what data your insurance company may be tracking and how that data is commonly used. More importantly,… Read More

Paying for Medical Costs After a Wisconsin Car Crash

What happens if you are involved in a car crash in Wisconsin that was caused by a negligent or reckless driver? Who will cover your medical costs while you pursue compensation for your injuries and other losses? The attorneys at PKSD law discuss some… Read More

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