5 Common Myths About Personal Injury Claims: Debunking Misconceptions and Understanding Your Rights

Personal injury claims can be an overwhelming process, especially if you are not familiar with the legal system. Unfortunately, there are several common myths about personal injury claims that can prevent victims from seeking the compensation they deserve. To help you better understand your rights as a victim, we have compiled a list of the […]

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Not All Injuries Are Catastrophic

People discussing personal injury lawsuits will often refer to the importance of ensuring that people are compensated for the financial damages associated with their “catastrophic injuries”. There is good reason for this; catastrophic injuries such as traumatic brain injuries (TBI), spinal cord injuries and amputations can change a person’s life forever. The costs of the […]

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Stay Safe Behind the Wheel This Winter

Unless you are one of those folks who spend the rest of the year looking forward to fresh snow and a cozy fireplace, you are not going to be happy with what we have to say next. Winter is coming and snow is just around the corner. According to The National Weather Service, “the average […]

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What Is Considered a Catastrophic Injury?

When you suffer harm because of another’s negligence, you may wonder whether your harm classifies as a catastrophic injury. Sparr, Belville & Brown, LLC, wants to help clients understand the full scope of their Wisconsin personal injury case, so they receive their deserved compensation. Understand what qualifies as a catastrophic injury and when you need […]

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Car Crash Statistics

Did you know that according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, there were 23,747 car crashes in the year 2020? 540 were fatal. If you are injured in a car crash due to the negligence of another individual, contact our Oshkosh car crash attorneys. Our attorneys have over 60 years of combined legal experience.

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Does Wisconsin Have a Helmet Law?

Motorcycle helmet laws in the US vary by state, with most states falling into one of the three general categories. Three states don’t have helmet laws; 18 states require all riders to wear helmets, while 29 states only require helmets for specific riders.  Wisconsin is one of the 29 states with a partial motorcycle helmet […]

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

When you talk to your insurance company after a car crash, 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 crashes occur each winter as a result of snowy and icy weather conditions. Each year, these crashes 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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Winter weather means more risk for a slip-and-fall injury

Wisconsin often gets slammed by winter storms that leave the roads nearly impassable. Those are the same storms that will also coat sidewalks and parking lots with ice and snow that property owners may struggle to remove in a timely fashion. When someone doesn’t maintain their property, they could put you at unnecessary risk for […]

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