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March 2019 Archives

The aftermath of the 131 vehicle pile-up on Interstate 41

Spring is officially here, and Wisconsin residents couldn't be gladder. However, don't let the calendar deceive you. In our neck of the woods, sudden winter storms can hit - even in spring. The most recent blizzard left 131 vehicles piled up on Interstate 41, near Oshkosh. Sadly, one man was killed in the wreck, with several dozen others injured.

Did a passing driver cause an accident that led to your injury?

You may understandably have fears about dangerous and reckless drivers on Wisconsin roads. Many people have these fears because far too many accidents take place every day, and those incidents often lead to serious or even fatal injuries to individuals involved.

How multiple OWI offenses are viewed by the court

Whether the allegations you or a loved one face for OWI are days apart or decades apart, being accused of OWI more than once changes the process. This is because, if your OWI is tried, a second-time offender is viewed differently for lots of crime allegations, including OWI. Factors related the first OWI offense and the circumstances surrounding the second could have a big impact as well.

Could wrongful death be alleged in loved one's fatal accident?

The people closest to us in our lives, are generally the hardest to lose. That's why when a loved one suffers and unexpected death, it can be really traumatic and a stressful time for the loved ones left behind. Beyond the loss of the person you care about, there are often many questions surrounding the circumstances of the person's death. If they died in a fatal accident, you may be wondering how your loved one died and if it was due to another's negligence.

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