In 2009 Wisconsin missed out on a great opportunity to lift the great veil of secrecy involving our jury system. This was called the Juror Sunshine Bill, and this Bill would have helped out our jury system by eliminating some of the confusion that eventually occurs during jury de...
Most people are thinking why should I report the crash and involve the police or sheriff and potentially raise my insurance rates? The main reason to report a crash is that it will be investigated by trained law enforcement professionals, who will talk to the all involved drivers...
Continuing with an example of how stacking works when someone was seriously injured and had multiple auto policies.
Stacking is the totaling up of all available auto coverages on policies issued by the same insurance company.
Reducing clauses come into play when someone is seriously injured, has large medical bills, and the at-fault driver is uninsured or has low insurance limits.
This continuation discusses how speed can cause car crashes and how speed can effect rights of way.
The two most common causes of car crashes are driving too fast for the conditions and following the vehicle in front of you too closely. When bad weather strikes (rain, snow, ice, fog) all Police and Sheriffâ€™s Departments spokespeople always say slow down. This also applies to rush hour traffic.
Introduction Most “seasoned” trial attorneys remember a day when, as a young associate, a scheduling conference came up on the calendar. A senior or head partner would hand you a file in the morning
RIGHT TO BE TREATED BY YOUR OWN DOCTOR If you are injured, you have the right to go to the medical doctor of your choice. You should NOT receive any continued treatment from the medical clinic your e