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Can I Seek Compensation for a Motorcycle Accident if I Had No Helmet?

Motorcyclists face significant risks when they share the roads with other vehicles. Motorcycle accidents can cause multiple types of serious injuries, and in many cases, other drivers are responsible for collisions that injure motorcyclists. However, one issue that may play a role in these cases is the question of whether a motorcyclist was wearing a helmet. Because helmets can protect against brain injuries and other forms of harm, a driver [...]

How Jackknife Truck Accidents Can Cause Dangerous Collisions

Tractor-trailer trucks are much larger than passenger vehicles, and when they are fully loaded, they can weigh tens of thousands of pounds. Because of this, truck accidents can cause multiple types of severe injuries to people in other vehicles. In some cases, commercial truck accidents occur because of jackknifed trucks. Victims of these types of truck accidents will need to secure legal representation from an attorney who can gather the [...]

10 Steps to Take After Experiencing a Car Accident

With an estimated six million car accidents happening in America each year, your odds of experiencing one are quite high. Thankfully, most crashes result in only minor injuries. Yet, even then, it is important that you know how to proceed afterward. These 10 steps to take after a car accident can provide you with guidance.  1. Check Yourself and Passengers for Injuries The first step to take after an accident [...]

2019-01-29T09:17:00+00:00January 29, 2019|Green Bay Auto Crash Attorney|

Night Driving Increases Risk of Motor Vehicle Accidents – Tips for Staying Safe

Most people recognize that visibility is limited while driving at night, but just how much does that reduced sight impact your risk of a crash? According to researchers and safety experts, your risk of experiencing an accident triple once the sun goes down. Use these nighttime driving safety tips to minimize your risk of a car crash when driving in the dark.  Staying Safe on the Road at Night  At [...]

2019-01-14T08:21:00+00:00January 14, 2019|Green Bay Auto Crash Attorney|

What Broken Bones and Fractures Are Most Common in a Car Accident?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 2.5 million Americans are seen in an emergency room after a car accident, annually. Of those, more than 200, 000 are admitted to the hospital. Broken bones and fractures are among some of the most commonly seen injuries.  Sadly, the healing and recovery process for a fracture can be long and painful. During that time, the victim’s financial well-being [...]

2019-01-10T09:15:00+00:00January 10, 2019|Green Bay Auto Crash Attorney|

Personal Injury in Wisconsin – Recovery for PTSD

When you or someone you love suffers physical stress or emotional trauma (posttraumatic stress disorder, or PTSD), those injuries can affect more than the financial well-being of you or your loved one. Physical stress or emotional trauma can be surface after observing a horrible event take place that fatally wounds or kills a loved one, or being directly involved in a traumatic event due to someone else’s bad actions or negligence.  [...]

2018-06-26T10:46:00+00:00June 26, 2018|Green Bay Auto Crash Attorney|

Choosing the Right Attorney for Your Auto Accident Case

When in an auto accident, the damage can be extensive — and we are not just talking about the damage to your car. In fact, the damage to your car often pales in comparison to what you suffer physically and emotionally following your accident. Vehicles also tend to be a simpler fix than people; there may be treatments or ailments that you will have to endure for years to come. [...]

2018-05-17T09:41:00+00:00May 17, 2018|Green Bay Auto Crash Attorney|

Valuing Soft Tissue Injuries Sustained in a Crash – What Every Accident Victim Should Know

If you were recently injured in a car accident, your injuries might not always be severe.  However, even low-impact accidents can cause debilitating and potentially long-term effects on your health. One such injury is a soft tissue injury. Some symptoms of soft tissue injury include blurry vision, stiffness in neck, jaw pain and vertigo.  The effects of soft tissue injury can last long after the accident occurs. The victim might [...]

2018-05-17T09:28:00+00:00May 17, 2018|Green Bay Auto Crash Attorney|

Study Confirms the Safety of Rear-Facing Child Safety Seats in Rear-Impact Crashes

Rear-facing child safety seats have long been recommended for children up until the age of two, or until they reach the height and weight requirement. This is due to crash test studies, as well as data collected from actual car crashes. Recent American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines has revised the recommendation of 2 years old, telling parents that if they are able (due to the weight of the child and [...]

2018-05-15T09:16:00+00:00May 15, 2018|Green Bay Auto Crash Attorney|

Dealing with Delayed Symptoms After an Auto Accident

While some injuries may be immediately apparent after an auto accident (i.e. skin scrapes, gashes, pulled muscles, broken bones, and bruises), adrenaline can mask more severe symptoms. For example, an accident victim with internal bleeding may not notice stomach pains or distention, or they may attribute dizziness or disorientation - symptoms that may arise with head trauma - to stress because of the accident. Due to the risk of these [...]

2018-05-03T09:20:00+00:00May 3, 2018|Green Bay Auto Crash Attorney|
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