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Who’s Liable After a Wisconsin Bus Accident?

Motor vehicle crashes can be catastrophic, especially when they involve large vehicles such as buses. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), there were over 10,000 buses involved in crashes across the United States in 2020.  Because buses are so large, they often cause severe injuries and property…



Biggest Causes of Distracted Driving

Even though Wisconsin and many other states in the U.S. have laws in place to prevent distracted driving, it is still a problem. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation reports a distracted driving crash happens somewhere in Wisconsin every 22 minutes. It’s a nationwide issue, as well. In 2019, there were…



What To Do If You’re Hit By A Distracted Driver

Distracted driving is dangerous behavior and can even be fatal. In 2019, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that over 3,000 people were killed by distracted driving.  Many states like Wisconsin have passed laws to ban or prevent distracted driving behaviors, like texting, making a call, or even…



What Are the Right-of-Way Laws in Wisconsin?

Wisconsin, like every other state, has right-of-way laws that govern how motor vehicles move through intersections. These laws, also called the “rules of the road,” help traffic move safely and prevent accidents.  Right-of-way laws in Wisconsin outline how to approach intersections, turns, stops, pedestrians, and other proper highway etiquette. If…



Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities & COVID-19

With more than 300 nursing homes and 4,000 assisted living facilities throughout Wisconsin, our community must take action to protect the elderly amid the COVID-19 crisis.  Specifically, it’s critical these facilities follow new guidelines and procedures recommended by health organizations and officials to protect residents from COVID-19. Be an advocate…




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