Since 1998, the number of deaths involving motorcycle riders has been steadily increasing. In 2018, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) reported that 4,985 riders were killed in traffic accidents.
There is always a lot of debate about who… Read More
Severe staffing deficiencies and poor executive decisions at the Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital has created an environment that staff physicians and nurses are calling dangerous. In the last two weeks, the death of one patient due to alleged health… Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted normal daily life, complicating even the most basic tasks, such as food shopping. How will this affect your existing personal injury claim? What should you do if you are in an accident or injured during shelter-in-place… Read More
Posted by PKSD Law Firm on May 06, 2020 in Firm News
Many businesses in Wisconsin and around the country have sustained a devastating loss of revenue due to COVID-19 restrictions. If your business has been hit hard by this unprecedented shutdown, you may be able to pursue a claim through your business interruption… Read More
According to most current reports, the novel coronavirus has the best chance for containment when everyone follows the strict protocols recommended by the Centers For Disease Control (CDC). These requirements are designed to protect everyone, not just… Read More
Fault for a rear-end auto accident is typically assigned to the driver who hit the car in front of his or her vehicle. However, there are some rear-end collisions where both drivers could share liability. When this happens, determining who is responsible… Read More
Posted by PKSD Law Firm on Apr 23, 2020 in Firm News
Jeff Pitman, partner and attorney at PKSD Law firm spoke out on a new state law in a Fox 6 News interview this week. Wisconsin Act 185, which was originally intended and touted as the state’s COVID-19 bill, had overwhelming bipartisan support and was… Read More
Posted by PKSD Law Firm on Apr 21, 2020 in Firm News
Most Americans across the country are following recommendations to self-isolate at home during the continued spread of COVID-19. With children spending more time in the house and many parents trying to work remotely, it is worthwhile to take a deeper… Read More
The Sunny Ridge Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin has 10 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of April 4, 2020, according to county officials.
The first two cases were reported on March 31st and the total number of cases quickly increased… Read More
As the country faces an unprecedented outbreak, individuals with underlying health conditions are not the only ones who have an increased risk for COVID-19. Those with intellectual disabilities and others with progressive diseases, such as Alzheimer’s… Read More