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Do Wisconsin Personal Injury Claims Include Future Medical Expenses?

People who get injured in an accident may often face a long recovery and a lot of medical care. Those with more severe injuries may also need additional surgery, physical therapy, and other care for months or even years into the future.  When seeking… Read More

What Can You Do if You Are Unhappy With Your Injury Attorney

Accident victims trust personal injury attorneys to protect their interests and seek the compensation they need. However, what happens if you are unhappy with your attorney and think he or she has hurt your case? If you have been injured by another’s… Read More

PKSD Newsletter: What the Pandemic Has Revealed About Failures in Workplace Safety

America, now 16 months into the pandemic, has topped 600,000 deaths due to the novel coronavirus. The ongoing stress of dealing with this infectious and deadly virus has created a mental health nightmare across the country. The journey has been especially… Read More

PKSD Newsletter: Safety Tips While Showing Off Your Grill Skills

Across the country, backyard grills will be busy cooking up celebrations for all kinds of summer fun - from holiday and birthday parties to pool parties, barbecues and more. Before you light up your grill this year, however, we encourage you to read… Read More

What Details Should I Document in a Personal Injury Journal?

After suffering an injury caused by another’s reckless or negligent actions, accident victims may need to seek compensation to recover medical costs and other damages. Documenting your injuries in a personal injury journal can help support your claim… Read More

Did You Know Arbitrators Are Usually Men and Are Overwhelmingly White?

Not only are minorities and women more likely than white men to be forced into arbitration; arbitrators working on these cases are mostly male and overwhelmingly white. This is according to research gathered by the American Association for Justice. Consider… Read More

PKSD Newsletter: Adult Supervision is Key to Helping Prevent Playground Injuries

Summer is almost here and that means millions of children will be hitting the playground to spend time with their friends and have fun. It may come as little surprise there is a spike in playground injuries in June. In this month’s edition of the PKSD… Read More

How the Reasonable Person Standard Affects an Injury Claim

Although it may seem like certain actions or inactions are common sense when it comes to preventing harm. That is not always the way things happen. In a legal case, using the reasonable person standard helps the law to examine more carefully the position… Read More

PKSD Newsletter: Distracted Driving Deaths Increase Despite Pandemic

Despite the pandemic in 2020 and less cars being on the road, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that traffic deaths involving distracted driving have increased. The statistics for 2019 were already grim, with nearly 9… Read More

Questions an Attorney May Ask You in a Free Consultation

Many law firms advertise that they offer free legal consultations. This initial meeting helps the attorney learn more about the incident that caused your injuries and determine if you may have a case. But are there strings attached? The article below… Read More

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