Wisconsin Accident Injury & News Blog

69-Year-Old Man Confesses to Sexually Assaulting Two Nursing Home Residents

A 69-year-old man from Sauk City, Wisconsin, confessed to sexually assaulting two residents of a local nursing home within the past few months. He told authorities he hoped one of the victims would not talk about it. The latest assault occurred on May… Read More

Victims of Human Trafficking Seeking Justice Through Civil Lawsuits

May's edition of the PKSD Newsletter, You Should Know, discusses human trafficking in the U.S. This form of modern-day slavery occurs when people are forced or coerced into being exploited for labor, sex, marriage or even their organs. The newsletter… Read More

How a Pre-Existing Condition May Affect Your Personal Injury Claim

Personal injury victims are often afraid that they will be unable to obtain compensation if they have a pre-existing injury. However, you may still be able to recover compensation if you can prove your pre-existing injury is unrelated to your new injury… Read More

Social Media Abuse in Nursing Homes

When people think of nursing home abuse, they often imagine residents being physically assaulted or verbally harassed. However, in recent years, more residents have been victims of social media abuse. This form of abuse occurs when nursing home staff… Read More

Steps You Need to Take After a Dog Bite

Dog bites are a serious problem across the country. Even a friendly family pet can snap, leading to serious dog bite injuries that require expensive medical care. If you are ever bitten or attacked by a dog, there are several steps you can take to help… Read More

Can You File a Third-Party Lawsuit After a Workplace Injury?

Many workers think the only way to obtain compensation for an on-the-job injury is by filing a workers' compensation claim. However, this month's PKSD newsletter covers third-party lawsuits for workplace injuries, which allow you to obtain compensation… Read More

Study Shows Teenage Drivers with ADHD May Have Higher Risk of Car Crashes

Teenage drivers who have symptoms of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) may have a higher risk of getting into car accidents, according to a recently-released study from the University of Pennsylvania. Researchers found teenage drivers who… Read More

How You Can Help Your Personal Injury Claim

If you were hurt in a car accident, slip and fall, or other accident that you think was caused by someone else’s negligence, you may have the right to file a personal injury claim to try to recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain… Read More

Brain Injuries in Nursing Homes

Nursing home residents are already in declining health, which is why brain injuries can be particularly debilitating. Severe brain injuries can cause blood clots and potentially fatal complications. These injuries could also increase the risk of developing… Read More

States, Counties and Cities are Suing Big Pharma Over America's Opioid Crisis

In this month's edition of the PKSD Newsletter, You Should Know, we cover the opioid epidemic and the lawsuits being filed by state, county and city governments to try to hold drug companies accountable. This month's newsletter also explains what you… Read More

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