Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C.
Send Us An Email
Free Initial Consultation
715-338-3312 | 888-365-5389
Practice Areas

March 2014 Archives

Wisconsin families sue General Motors over fatal accident

When you purchase a vehicle or ride in a vehicle, you expect that vehicle to perform as it is supposed to perform. In most cases, that is exactly what happens. There are instances, however, in which malfunctions in the vehicle can lead to an accident. Sadly, some of these accidents lead to serious injury or death. Two Wisconsin families are suing General Motors for the death of their daughters.

U-Haul moving truck accident in Wisconsin caused by faulty brakes

When you rent a vehicle, you expect that the vehicle is in good working order. You expect that it has been properly maintained. You expect that it is safe to drive. Sadly, that isn't always the case. A recent moving truck accident involving an SUV and a U-Haul highlights the importance of properly working brakes.

Accident kills man at Seneca Foods in Oakfield

Going to work one day isn't something that most people would consider the last thing they will do on this Earth. Sadly, for some workers, that is exactly what happens if they are killed in a workplace accident. For one Wisconsin man, going to work at the Seneca Foods in Oakfield led to an accident that ultimately took his life.

Wisconsin 6-year-old boy killed while walking to bus stop

Walking your child to the bus stop when it is across a street is something that many parents do in an effort to keep the child safe. That is especially true when the child is young. For the mother of one 6-year-old boy, walking her son across the street wasn't enough to protect him from harm.

Office Location

Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C.
110 Second Street
Post Office Box 469
Hudson, WI 54016

Toll Free: 888-365-5389
Phone: 715-338-3312
Fax: 715-386-5447
Map & Directions

logo Visa | MasterCard | American Express | Discover Network

Contact Form

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy