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October 2014 Archives

Speed suspected in serious Wisconsin car accident

There are many safeguards in place to protect people using the country's roadways. There are traffic lights, concrete barriers and guardrails, to name a few. Unfortunately, in some cases the only thing preventing a serious accident is a strip of yellow painted on the road that can easily be crossed. Police in Wisconsin are investigating a car accident believed to have been caused by a man crossing that line.

Proving neglect in Wisconsin medical malpractice cases

Many people in Wisconsin have a built-in respect for medical care providers. In fact, most doctors and other healthcare providers are well-trained professionals. Unfortunately, even the slightest miscalculation or oversight can have serious consequences. A person who has been a victim of such medical malpractice has the option of seeking legal recourse in a civil court.

2 killed, 6 injured in apparent drunk driving car accident

Most people would agree that drinking and driving is a risky action that could potentially lead to a serious accident resulting in the death or serious injury of innocent people. Unfortunately, people still continue to engage in the behavior. In fact, one man in Wisconsin is accused of being involved in a car accident involving alcohol and leaving the scene. He now faces several criminal charges.

1 killed, 1 injured in Wisconsin car accident

Thanks to the efforts to educate the general public on the dangers of drinking and driving, it is unlikely that a person can legitimately claim ignorance of the potential consequences of engaging in such behavior. Unfortunately, people continue to do so. One man in Wisconsin has recently been accused of drunk driving after a fatal car accident killed one man and seriously injured his wife.

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