4 Things To Know About Wisconsin’s Car Accident Laws

Car accidents happen every day. Sometimes they are minor, and the damage is minimal but an injury due to a car accident can range from minor to devastating. Injuries from a car accident are considered personal injuries and a personal injury lawyer can guide you after an accident. Here are four important things for every […]

6 Possible Examples Of Wrongful Death

Wrongful death occurs when someone dies as the result of someone else’s actions – such as neglect, violence, or carelessness. The following list includes the possible actions that can lead to wrongful death. Neglect – harm caused by someone else’s action Drowning – A parent or caregiver who does not pay attention to young children […]

What is Social Security Disability Insurance?

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is a federal program that gives monthly payments to people with disabilities that limit their ability to work, but who have previously worked and paid Social Security taxes. SSDI has two main requirements: You must be insured, and have worked long enough to earn coverage You must have a disability […]

4 Important Things To Know About Pedestrian/Car Accidents

A pedestrian vs. vehicle accident may be more nuanced than a car vs. car accident. Minnesota is a no-fault car insurance state. This means that each person’s auto insurance covers much of the damage caused in an auto-only accident. However, a pedestrian accident is based on who is at fault – sometimes it is the […]

4 Necessary Components To Prove Medical Malpractice in Wisconsin

According to the NIH, “Medical malpractice is defined as any act or omission by a physician during treatment of a patient that deviates from accepted norms of practice in the medical community and causes an injury to the patient.” In order to prove a medical malpractice case in Wisconsin, you need to establish four elements.  […]

4 Things To Know About Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

Personal injury cases involve many different types of injuries, but they all must abide by a set of laws that help to define what they are and how they work. They range from accidents, where the injury was not done on purpose, to premeditated or intended response injuries. All personal injury cases have a specific […]

4 Things To Know About Slip And Fall Injuries This Winter

What are Slip and Fall Injuries?  It seems obvious, but the truth is they can be tricky to define. In Minnesota, a slip and fall injury is one that happens on private or public property and is the result of someone’s negligence – either due to poor maintenance or unsafe conditions. Here is what you […]

Minnesota Is a No-Fault State: What This Means

In Minnesota, traffic accidents are handled under “No-Fault”. This means that if you are the driver in your car and are involved in a car accident, you would file with your own insurance company regardless if you are the driver at fault or not. That policy not only applies to any damage to your vehicle, […]

7 Things to Know If Injured on Public or Government Property

Can you sue the state or federal government for personal injury? In today’s modern world you can sue the state or federal government for personal injury.  The process varies from one state to the next as modern statutes decrease the power of Sovereign Immunity and replace it with a structured pathway for the public to […]

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