Personal Injury

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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If you have been injured in an accident that was caused by someone else, you may be entitled to financial compensation. The insurance company that is financially responsible for your injuries, however, is not on your side. Insurance companies are notorious for doing what...
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If you are injured in a car accident in Wisconsin, it is important to know who is responsible for paying for your necessary medical bills and property repairs so that you can move forward. Liability – the legal term for financial responsibility – for...
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Collecting compensation for the costs and damages associated with your injuries requires the proper evidence. While some injuries are obvious like broken bones and scrapes and bruises, other internal injuries can be invisible to the naked eye. You can only collect compensation for damages...
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Social media is deeply rooted in our everyday lives.  People spend hours each day on social media platforms.  However, after a motor vehicle crash, posting on social media can ruin your injury claim. Ways Social Media Can Hurt Your Case When you are injured...
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In personal injury cases, a demand letter is a written statement sent to an insurance company or to a wrongdoer if there is no insurance available.  The demand letter outlines the damages you suffered, provides documentation to support your damages and sets forth the...
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After a serious injury, victims often find themselves turning to a personal injury lawyer for help.  However, many injured people have never worked with an attorney before or never had to go through the insurance claims process. We always offer free and confidential case...
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Statutes of limitations are laws that limit the amount of time you have to file a lawsuit.  There are deadlines for many different types of cases, including personal injury claims.  In Wisconsin, the general rule is that you have three years to file a...
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Being injured can put your personal and professional life on hold and can threaten your and your family’s financial stability if your costs and damages are not fully covered. After an injury, a personal injury claim can help you recover compensation for these losses...
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