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Guide to Car Accident Head Injuries

Car accidents are one of the leading causes of traumatic brain injuries in the nation. In 2013 alone, 383,293 people sustained a traumatic brain injury in a car crash, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These injuries are… Read More

Suffering PTSD After a Car Accident

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a lingering anxiety disorder that often follows a traumatic event in which the victim was at risk of acquiring a serious injury, dying or was physically threatened. When a victim survives a single-incident traumatic… Read More

7 Tips to Help With Your Defensive Driving

Although you may be a safe and responsible driver, you can never assume the motorists traveling next to you are as well. To ensure your safety, you should always use defensive driving techniques on Wisconsin’s roadways. PKSD’s dedicated Milwaukee auto… Read More

Common Types of Wrist Injuries Caused by Car Accidents

The wrist is a fragile part of your body that can sustain serious damage during a car accident. A wrist injury can cause long-term effects that may impact your health, ability to work and interfere with your daily routine. PKSD’s team of experienced… Read More

Wisconsin’s Statute of Limitations for Car Accident Claims

The statute of limitations is a time limit used by state and federal courts that dictates the amount of time you have to file a civil claim to recover damages. Each state imposes its own statute of limitations for civil action that you must follow for… Read More

PKSD Newsletter: Pedestrians and Distracted Driving

In this month’s issue of the PKSD newsletter, our personal injury lawyers discuss the dangers pedestrians face from distracted drivers. The number of fatal pedestrian-related auto accidents has increased significantly in recent years. Between 2014 and… Read More

How an Attorney Can Help You in a Car Accident Claim

Although car accident claims may seem simple and straightforward, there are some cases which become complex and may require legal guidance to settle. If you are unfamiliar with the claims system, it may be in your best interest to consult with an experienced… Read More

April Has Been Declared Distracted Driving Awareness Month

Distracted driving is a serious issue that has concerned many U.S. traffic safety advocacy groups and law enforcement agencies in recent years. To address the problems caused by this high-risk behavior, April has been declared Distracted Driving Awareness… Read More

Wisconsin Stops Most Drunk Drivers with Ignition Interlocks

As the use of ignition interlocks increases throughout the U.S., Wisconsin led the nation in 2016 as the state with the most intoxicated drivers prevented from operating a vehicle because of the device. Ignition interlocks stopped 37,299 drivers in Wisconsin… Read More

AAA Survey Ranks Young Millennials as America’s Worst Drivers

The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that 88 percent of young millennial drivers have engaged in some form of dangerous driving behavior within the last month, making them the worst generation of current drivers. The information came to light… Read More

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