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. You certainly do not want to find yourself in such an event, but you […]

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Local deputies warn motorists to slow down

With severe winter weather conditions sweeping across the upper Midwest, Oshkosh is not excluded from the winter weather storms and dangerous driving conditions. Nearby deputies in Fond Du Lac County have reported dozens of car accidents over the last several weeks of storm systems. Many are attributed to winter weather conditions, like snow, poor visibility […]

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What kinds of injuries can car accident victims sustain?

The forces that are involved in an automobile collision can be incredibly strong and very damaging. When two vehicles collide on a Wisconsin road, the intensity of the crash can be compounded by the vehicles’ speeds and trajectories. Vehicles are often destroyed in collisions, and the forces that tear apart metal and glass can also […]

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Securing justice after a car accident

Surviving a motor vehicle accident can be the first step down a long road toward recovery from one’s accident-related injuries. With the potential for a victim to suffer minor to life-threatening harm in a car crash, a person’s post-accident needs may range from a day off from work to long-term occupational and medical care. When […]

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Is a settlement a good option for a car accident victim?

Not every lawsuit that is filed over personal injuries stemming from car accidents goes to court. Many cases are settled before they ever find themselves in front of judges. The settlement process is one option that victims of Wisconsin car accidents may pursue but readers are cautioned that settlement may not always be the best […]

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Number one cause of teen deaths: Distracted driving

The number one cause of death of American teens is not shootings, suicides or disease. At the top of the list is distracted driving, says the education and outreach coordinator for Impact Teen Drivers. Heidi Deane says that drunk driving fatalities among teenagers has actually been on the decline, reckless and distracted driving has been […]

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