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How to Recognize Common Delayed Onset Car Accident Injuries

In the aftermath of a car accident, sometimes it is immediately clear that you need treatment for a serious injury. However, other injuries may take longer to fully manifest, and the delay may have implications on both your physical and mental recovery and your chances of obtaining compensation through a personal injury claim. You should be aware of some of the common symptoms of delayed onset injuries so that you [...]

2020-11-20T14:48:54+00:00November 20, 2020|Car Accidents|

Determining Liability for an Accident in Wisconsin’s Winter Weather

As winter approaches in Wisconsin, the chance for snowfall increases, and unfortunately, this often means a greater risk of car accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 17 percent of car crashes throughout the United States happen during winter weather conditions, and many of these result in serious injuries for the drivers and passengers involved. If you have been injured, it is important to note that adverse [...]

2020-11-16T20:02:53+00:00November 16, 2020|Car Accidents|

What Are My Options After a Hit-and-Run Accident in Wisconsin?

If you have been injured in any car accident caused by another driver’s negligence, the aftermath can be stressful as you struggle with pain, surgeries, and hospital stays, as well as other interruptions and negative effects on your life. These issues can be even more difficult after a hit-and-run accident, since you may not know who you can hold accountable for your damages. Fortunately, you still have options in these [...]

2020-11-13T19:12:10+00:00November 13, 2020|Car Accidents|

Why Is it Important to Seek Medical Attention After a Car Accident?

Sometimes, the effects of a car accident are immediately apparent, and you may suffer from visible injuries, acute pain, and noticeable effects on your physical and mental abilities that you know require immediate medical care. However, other cases are not as clear cut. You may question whether medical treatment is necessary for minor cuts, bruises, or aches after a car accident, but you should know that it is in your [...]

2020-11-01T18:26:00+00:00November 1, 2020|Car Accidents|

The Dangers of Car Accidents for Older Drivers in Wisconsin

The tragedy of a car accident is that it can cut anyone’s life short, regardless of their age or health. However, car crashes can be especially harmful for drivers age 65 and older who may have a harder time recovering from the serious injuries they suffer. If you are an older person who has been injured, or if you have lost an older family member in a fatal accident, an [...]

2020-10-14T16:39:16+00:00October 14, 2020|Car Accidents|

Who Is Liable for a Rollover Car Accident in Wisconsin?

While rollover car accidents are not especially common, they can be very dangerous. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that these crashes account for only about 2 percent of all accidents but more than 33 percent of passenger vehicle fatalities. Liability can also be difficult to determine in these cases, as 85 percent of rollover fatalities result from single-vehicle accidents. However, in cases where a rollover accident was [...]

2020-10-09T20:35:18+00:00October 9, 2020|Car Accidents|

What Happens if I Cannot Return to Work After a Wisconsin Car Accident?

Among the many types of damages that car accident victims can suffer, people often lose the ability to work. If you have been seriously injured in a collision, chances are you will have to miss some time from work for medical treatment and recovery. However, some serious injuries may prevent you from returning to work in the long term or even permanently, or they may keep you from returning to [...]

2020-09-25T21:02:16+00:00September 25, 2020|Car Accidents|

How Can I Recover Compensation After a Head-On Collision in Wisconsin?

Head-on collisions are one of the most dangerous forms of car accidents, accounting for nearly 3,500 fatalities in 2017, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). This figure means that over 25 percent of all fatal multi-vehicle crashes are head-on collisions. Because the point of impact in these crashes is so close to the driver, even those who survive often suffer severe injuries. If you are the victim [...]

2020-09-24T19:30:47+00:00September 24, 2020|Car Accidents|

When Can Wisconsin Car Accident Injuries Have Long-Lasting Effects?

While being injured in a car accident always causes unwanted hardship, some injury victims are at least fortunate to make a full recovery and return, more or less, to the life they led before. However, many car accident victims experience lingering effects that may not be immediately apparent, but can still permanently affect their lives. If you are suffering from the long-term physical or mental effects of a car accident [...]

2020-09-22T20:32:42+00:00September 22, 2020|Car Accidents|

What Are the Most Dangerous Types of Car Accidents in Wisconsin?

According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, there are almost 130,000 car accidents in the state each year, on average. Only about 25 percent of these crashes result in injuries or fatalities, but there are certain kinds of accidents for which the rate is much higher. If you have been injured in one of these dangerous crashes, you may need a personal injury attorney who can help you pursue financial [...]

2020-09-01T16:49:07+00:00September 1, 2020|Car Accidents|
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