Byron B. Conway’s Answers

Byron B. Conway

Green Bay Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. If an uninsured motorist is at fault in an accident and has a minor child in the car, can the childs parents also be sued?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Byron B. Conway
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    Assuming, hopefully, that your 8 year old grandson is not driving the car or otherwise affecting the operation of the vehicle, your grandson's mother could not be liable for an accident on the basis of her son being a passenger in the car.

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  2. If there was an accident and both parties have the same insurance company does that have an effect on the outcome?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

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    There should be no effect on the outcome. If a lawsuit is started, the insurance company will hire a lawyer to defend the driver who hit the moped. If the damages exceed the liability limits on the defendant driver's policy, then the moped driver will the have the option of pursuing the other driver personally, (which sounds pointless given her finances), or hopefully pursuing a claim against her underinsured motorist policy, if she has one. Either way, all the money is coming from the same...

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  3. What is an attorney looking for from their client's medical provider?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

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    In a personal injury claim, the most important factor with a medical provider is their willingness to voluntarily communicate/cooperate with their patient's attorney (regardless of their ultimate opinion). There comes a point in many cases where the attorney needs to meet with a doctor to determine what opinions, if any, the doctor has on causation, that is whether the patient's condition is related to the accident. In Wisconsin this standard is to a reasonable degree of medical probability,...

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