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Even though everyone knows better, texting while driving in Wisconsin is on the rise. The State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation reports that mobile device use is a factor in one in four motor vehicle crashes nationwide. The AAA Foundation conducted a study about...
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Car accidents can range from minor scrapes and bruises to life-altering or fatal injuries. The injuries a victim suffers in a car accident depends on a number of factors, including the angle of the accident, the speed each vehicle was traveling at the time...
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In an effort to protect road workers, Wisconsin lawmakers made it illegal to use a hand-held phone for motorists driving in a work zone. Nonetheless, some people still use their hand-held devices even when traveling through work zones, placing workers and other motorists at...
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After a car accident, you may be able to recover compensation from the at-fault party who caused your injuries. An experienced Milwaukee car accident lawyer with Mingo and Yankala, S.C. can review your claim and identify the damages you may be able to recover....
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If you were injured in a car accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you should be fully compensated for the economic consequences. Many people must miss work because of their accident-related injuries, which can make it difficult for them to pay their bills and...
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Car accidents can be frustrating to deal with, but they are even more challenging when you find out the at-fault driver doesn’t have insurance or doesn’t have enough insurance to compensate you for your injuries. Fortunately, there may be ways for you to recover...
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When most people think of fatal car accidents, they think of collisions caused by unintentional, accidental actions. However, the single greatest cause of death on Wisconsin roadways according to the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation is alcohol impairment. These drivers choose to get...
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According to the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation, there were 115,694 motor vehicle crashes in Wisconsin in 2020. These collisions resulted in 593 deaths and injuries to 32,373. But what caused these accidents? Below, we dive into the details about what the most...
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Car accidents are a leading cause of injury in Wisconsin. If you have been injured in a car accident due to someone else’s fault, you are entitled to seek compensation from the at-fault driver and that driver’s insurance company.  However, it may not be...
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The brain is one of the most complex organs in the body – so much so that scientists still don’t fully understand how injuries will impact the brain and are unable to predict how a victim will react to brain cell damage. However, identifying...
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