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October 2014 Archives

Why are traumatic brain injuries so serious?

Traumatic brain injuries are serious injuries that can affect a person's life in a variety of ways. In some of the accidents we have covered, traumatic brain injuries have occurred. Our Wisconsin readers might like to know some basic information about traumatic brain injuries.

Car accident claims life of 2, 6 hurt, DUI to blame

Driving on Interstate 94 requires attention from all drivers on the road, especially when it is dark outside or the weather is bad. When drivers fail to pay proper attention to the road, car accidents can occur. These accidents can be serious, especially if you consider the speed of travel on the interstate. A recent accident in Elk Mound, Wisconsin, shows how serious these accidents can be.

Testifying in a personal injury case in Wisconsin

Readers of our blog know that we are firm advocates for the rights of people who were injured in an accident caused by someone else's negligence. In last week's blog post, we discussed animal bites and how it is important to determine which party you should seek compensation from if you are bitten by an animal. That is only the first part of a personal injury case in Wisconsin.

What are my options for compensation for animal attacks?

In a few of our blog posts, we have covered the subject of animal bite injuries. When a person gets injured by an animal, there are usually medical expenses associated with the cost of treating the animal bite. Even in the case of other animal attacks, such as cat scratches, there are costs of treating the injury. That brings up the question about who is responsible for paying for those costs when the attack is done by a pet.

Causes of truck accidents can affect claims for compensation

Driving down the road and seeing a semi-truck accident is a horrifying experience. Now, imagine that you are the person who was in the accident with the semi-truck. That experience would be even more terrifying than just seeing the accident. For people who have been involved in a semi-truck accident, learning about some of the common causes of these accidents might help them to decide if they would like to seek compensation through Wisconsin courts.

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