There are millions of households across the country that have pets. As a result, animal bites have affected thousands of people. Even dogs, or other pets, that an owner would swear were gentle and would never cause harm have been known to attack a completely innocent person. Unfortunately, animal bites can have serious financial and physical ramifications -- including infection or disease. As a result, many people in Wisconsin have sought legal recourse in form of a personal injury claim filed in a civil court.
In many ways, the smartphone has revolutionized life. Within one tiny device, a person has maps for wherever they may need to go, entire libraries in addition to the ability to communicate through phone calls, texts and emails. Despite all of the benefits of the device, there are downfalls, especially when people become distracted by their phones while they are driving. Even the safest drivers in Wisconsin cannot protect themselves from a distracted driver who blows through a red light, for example. Fortunately, we can help you with your personal injury claim if you have suffered as a result of a distracted driver.
Car accidents happen in Wisconsin daily. The severity can range from a minor fender bender to a major accident with serious injuries or worse. In a situation where a person is injured in a car accident that was caused through no fault of their own, it may be helpful to pursue a personal injury claim. In order to win such a claim, it will be necessary to prove that the other driver was at fault.
The site of a recent serious accident may have been an area that is already known for car wrecks. As a result of the car accident, four people ended up in the hospital, including the driver of the vehicle that apparently caused the wreck. Wisconsin authorities are still investigating the incident.
Traffic signs and signals are intended to not only control the flow of traffic, but are also meant to protect and keep commuters safe. When a driver is attentive to signs and signals and adheres to the laws for driving in Wisconsin, the roads are safer for everyone. However, when a driver fails to acknowledge stop signs or traffic lights, he or she increases his or her chance of being involved in a car accident.