Wisconsin car crash kills 1, injures 2

As a person in Wisconsin drives, he or she likely encounters multiple traffic signs. While these signs may carry important information, it may be easy to become desensitized to them unless conscious effort is put into paying attention to them. Unfortunately, such desensitization comes with serious consequences. In fact, a man was recently killed in a […]

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Sauk County case serves as reminder to watch for elder abuse

You did your homework and selected the best possible nursing home for your parent. By all available accounting, the residents of the home you selected were receiving good care. Despite best efforts, one out of every ten elderly residents will experience elder abuse. As if that number weren’t high enough already, there is concern that […]

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Reasons that truck crashes occur

Large trucks and other commercial vehicles play an important role in the movement of goods through Wisconsin’s stream of commerce. They are often seen charging down the highways and interstates of the region, loaded down with the products that individuals want and need in their homes. In fact, they are so common throughout the nation […]

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Wisconsin driver faces multiple charges after car crash

It is easy to overlook the importance of certain traffic features that drivers come across every time they drive. For example, traffic lights may seem commonplace, but they play an extremely important role in keeping motorists safe. In fact, officials in Wisconsin claim that a recent car crash that sent several people to the hospital was […]

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Wisconsin Supreme Court: Implied consent applies to blood tests

“Implied consent” is the legal theory that drivers, by accepting a state driver’s license, agree to provide a breath sample upon request when a law enforcement officer has probable cause to believe the driver is drunk. For a time, many states believed that drivers inherently agree to provide a blood sample to an officer with […]

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Facing drunk driving charges in Wisconsin

The week of the Fourth of July is often one of the busiest travel periods of the calendar year. Wisconsin residents may notice that more people are on the roads and that they are hauling boats, campers and other recreational cargos to enjoy time outdoors with family and friends. With all of the extra people […]

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