Five Tips for Driving in the Rain

Spring is blossoming in Wisconsin, and drivers across the state welcome the clear roads and warmer temperatures. However, with spring comes rain showers, storms and wet pavement, which is one of the leading causes of traffic accidents. Avoid contributing to crash statistics by keeping these tips in mind before you’re caught driving in the rain. Proper Equipment […]

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What You Should and Should Not Say to Your Insurance Company Following a Car Accident

When you talk to your insurance company after a car accident, there are certain things you should and should not say. Being aware of what to say will lead to greater assistance from your insurance company.  Ultimately however, true success in these discussions will not occur without the aid of an experienced personal injury attorney. […]

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Tips for Driving Safely in Wisconsin Winter Weather Conditions

According to statistics reported by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, an average of approximately 50,000 vehicle accidents occur each winter as a result of snowy and icy weather conditions. Each year, these accidents result is approximately 45 fatalities and 5,000 injuries.  Upon consideration of these numbers, it becomes clear that driving in Wisconsin winter weather conditions […]

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Fatal motor vehicle accident occurs in Racine County

Winter weather has always been a factor in car accidents that occur in Wisconsin, and that is never going to change. But, no matter how well Wisconsin residents learn to drive in bad weather, each year fatal car accidents occur during the winter months. For example, a recent news report detailed a head-on collision that […]

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5 tips for staying safe on icy roads.

Winter weather has once again come to Wisconsin. As snow and ice become common on the road, the risk of car crashes increases. As drivers relearn how to navigate the slippery highways, they may go faster than conditions allow. While you can’t control the actions of other drivers, you can take steps to drive as […]

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Pursuing legal options after a car accident in Wisconsin

It is quite common for most people to call a collision between two vehicles an “accident.” However, the reality is that most “accidents” are actually caused due to another person’s negligent or reckless conduct. Whether it is speeding, drunk driving or some form of distracted driving, negligent and reckless conduct is the cause of thousands […]

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When you know danger, avoid it – that includes distracted driving

By now, most of our readers in Wisconsin know how dangerous distracted driving can be. In fact, this national plague on our roads has seemingly only been getting worse. A recent news article noted that, since 2000, an estimated 624,000 people have died in fatal traffic accidents in America. Many of these deaths were caused […]

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Distracted driving is a major cause of car accidents year-round

Wisconsinites may see an increase in traffic this Fourth of July weekend, and in fact, this is a time of year when more people are traveling to go to parties or festivals to celebrate our nation’s independence. Unfortunately, when more people are on the road, the greater the chance is that car accidents will occur. […]

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Summer may mean more fatal accidents involving teens, study says

Obtaining a driver’s license is a right of passage for many teenagers in Oshkosh. However, a teen’s inexperience behind the wheel could lead to a car crash that injures or even kills other individuals. Teens also might not appreciate the dangers that speeding, distracted driving or drunk driving present. In fact, a AAA study has […]

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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 […]

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