The Wisconsin Emergency Doctrine is a legal principle that allows drivers to take reasonable actions in response to an unexpected emergency without being held liable for resulting accidents or injuries…. CONTINUE
What Responsibilities Do Milwaukee Drivers Have During Severe Weather Conditions?
Milwaukee is well-known for its extreme weather. Severe rain, ice and snow can make it hard to keep a vehicle safely on the road, or even to see through the… CONTINUE
What Kinds of Accidents Involve Electric Scooters in Milwaukee?
Since being approved for consumer use in Milwaukee, electric scooters have become increasingly popular, and unfortunately, with more of them on roads, accidents involving electric scooters have also increased. Here… CONTINUE
In Wisconsin, what are the minimum car insurance requirements and how much should I get?
In Wisconsin, drivers are required to carry liability insurance to cover damages and injuries they may cause in an accident. The minimum car insurance requirements in Wisconsin are: $25,000 bodily… CONTINUE
If I’m partly responsible for my injury as a pedestrian, can I still sue in Wisconsin?
Yes, you may still be able to sue for your injuries as a pedestrian in Wisconsin even if you are partly responsible for the accident. Wisconsin follows a modified contributory… CONTINUE
Can I file a lawsuit if I am injured in a pedestrian accident in Wisconsin?
Yes, you can file a lawsuit if you are injured in a pedestrian accident in Wisconsin. If the accident was caused by the negligence or recklessness of the driver, you… CONTINUE
What should I do if I am hit by a car while walking in Wisconsin?
If you are hit by a car while walking in Wisconsin, you should take the following steps: Seek Medical Attention The first and most important step is to seek medical… CONTINUE
What if I’m Involved in a Deer-Related Car Accident in Wisconsin?
During the months of October and November, Wisconsin has one of the highest rates of deer-related vehicle accidents. Insurance claims can be as high as 4,000 per month because those… CONTINUE
What to Do After a Road Accident
First 10 Minutes, First 10 Hours After a Road Accident Assemble an accident kit for your trunk. The key to keeping it together after a crash is to prepare before… CONTINUE
Wisconsin Rules for Claims Process Timeframes
Wisconsin statute says that insurance companies are required to pay amounts that are not disputed within 30 days. Frankly, though, very few insurance companies do that. However, if they don’t,… CONTINUE