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Month: May 2013

Based on the law and for the sake of safety, pedestrians in Wisconsin must walk in the opposite direction to oncoming traffic.

Posted on May 30, 2013 Car Accidents,In The News,Pedestrian Injury,Vehicle Accidents

According to Wisconsin law, any pedestrian traveling along and upon a highway other than a sidewalk shall travel on and along the left side of the highway and upon meeting a vehicle shall, if practicable, move to the extreme outer limit of the traveled portion of the highway.  Wis. Stat. § 346.28(1).  The traveled portion… read more

Local Singer, Zach Sobiech, Leaves Behind Inspiring Legacy

Posted on May 24, 2013 In The News,Local News

Along with so many others, we are saddened by the recent death of musician, Zach Sobiech, of Lakeland, Minnesota.   Zach died at age 18 just three years after being diagnosed with osteosarcoma. Millions of people have been touched and inspired by Zach’s legacy song, “Clouds.”  Because of the song’s intimacy, Zach occupies a special place… read more

Can I make a claim directly against the insurance company without naming the person at fault?

Posted on May 14, 2013 General,Myth Debunker,Personal Injury,State Law

Sometimes a person injured in an accident does not want to pursue a legal claim against the person or the company that caused the accident.  The party at-fault may be a friend or relative, for example. In Wisconsin, the legislature has provided a remedy for such situations.  A person injured is entitled to pursue their… read more

Bicyclist Safety and Avoiding Motor Vehicle Collisions

Posted on May 8, 2013 Bicycle Injury,Vehicle Accidents

To avoid getting hit by a motor vehicle driver, bicyclists can take steps to avoid the most common types of collisions. Although helmet use promotes bicycling safety, a bicyclist’s most important goal should be to avoid getting hit by a car in the first place.  According to an important link on, bicyclists can take… read more