What to Do After a Commercial Truck Crash Around Oshkosh

Commercial trucks are a common sight throughout Wisconsin, and many truck routes go through or close to some of our largest cities. Unfortunately, this creates a situation where hundreds of people are injured in truck crashes in Wisconsin every year. Large commercial trucks often cause devastating crashes, leaving victims with life-altering injuries. In addition, these […]

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How to Level the Playing Field With the Insurance Companies

Car crashes are all-consuming hardships that can be further complicated by the stresses of a push and pull with your insurance company. Insurance companies are often perceived to be “experts” in the valuation of car crashes, so it can be difficult to question their initial offer. A skilled personal injury attorney advocating on your behalf […]

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Best Mobile Apps to Combat Distracted Driving

Sadly, distracted driving is one of the leading causes of motor vehicle deaths each year. Luckily, there are mobile apps that you can download to help combat distracted driving. Click here to learn about them and try them for yourself. https://www.fbfs.com/learning-center/5-safe-driving-apps-to-minimize-distracted-driving

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7 Most Common Types of Car Crashes and How to Avoid Them

Let’s be honest, car crashes happen. As a result, you may be faced with car repairs, personal injury, and/or an increase in insurance. The best thing you can do to avoid a car crash is to drive safely, but they are not always avoidable. Below are the seven most common types of car crashes, and how […]

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No Cell Phones Near Crash Sites!

Wisconsin has a law banning driver’s use of cell phones near crash sites. Often times, people try to capture images and videos of crash sites, making the situation worse for everyone, especially the first responders trying to help the victims. Wisconsin has been cracking down on this law recently, follow the link to learn more. […]

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What Should You Do After a Crash?

We recommend calling the police, exchanging information with the other driver, taking photos, seeking medical attention, and getting in touch with a lawyer before you speak with the insurance company. You will need the following information for your crash report: your driver’s license number, your vehicle identification number (VIN), your Social Security number, and your […]

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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 crashes. 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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