Internal Injuries and Wisconsin Auto Accidents

Serious auto accidents often result in internal injuries to drivers, passengers, and pedestrians. The most common types of internal injuries include broken ribs, ruptured spleens, ruptures in the abdomen, generalized internal bleeding, and ruptures to other internal organs. The cause of these internal injuries typically is blunt force trauma resulting…



How Can I Hold a Hit-and-Run Driver Responsible?

Unfortunately, hit-and-run accidents are a part of American society, and they can be extremely frustrating, especially when the accident caused you property damage and potentially serious injuries. Even worse, you are not likely to have the opportunity to hold the driver responsible for your losses if police are unable to…



Common Distracted Driving Habits of Wisconsin Drivers

Any type of motor vehicle is extremely powerful, which means that a driver who isn’t paying attention, even for just a second, can cause significant damages to other vehicles and to other drivers, passengers, and bystanders. When you aren’t completely focused on driving, you can pose a serious danger to…



Opioid Usage Following Car Accident Injuries

Many car accidents result in severe injuries, and it is not unusual for pain from the injuries linger for months, or perhaps even permanently. Pain medication, including opioids, can be a part of your daily medication regimen in order to keep chronic pain at bay. However, this medication has come…



Injuries from Rear-End Car Accidents

Rear-end car accidents are some of the most frequent types of car accidents that occur on Wisconsin roadways and on roads nationwide. Injuries resulting from rear-end collisions cost millions per year in medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, and lost time at work. While these accidents may simply be minor fender-benders in…




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