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Month: June 2013

Horseback Riding and Equestrian Activity Safety

Posted on June 28, 2013 Myth Debunker

Based on the Top Ten Helmet Facts and Myths of Horseback Riding, all horseback riders should wear helmets for equestrian activities. An equestrian helmet manufacturer, Troxel, has provided a list of the Top Ten Helmet Facts and Myths of Horseback Riding.  Horseback riders need to be aware that riding is definitely considered a high-risk activity… read more

New Supreme Court decision opens “gateway” to freedom for prisoners who can prove actual innocence.

Posted on June 17, 2013 Federal Law,In The News,Local News

The Supreme Court of the United States has grappled with the problem of convicted prisoners who believe they have evidence of actual innocence that should set them free.  In recent years, the trend of case law has been to limit the rights of convicted prisoners to return to court seeking to raise new evidence of… read more

Boating Safety Tips

Posted on June 11, 2013 Boating Injury,State Law

Boating is a favorite Wisconsin activity, and the Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) website supplies many tips and rules for keeping everyone safe on the water. According to the DNR most boating fatalities occur during daylight hours with good weather and calm water. Nonetheless it is during these ideal conditions that people most often fall… read more

Enjoy an RV Vacation this summer, but remember to drive safely

Posted on June 7, 2013 RV Accident,Vehicle Accidents

Summer is the season of the RV, which of course refers to “recreational vehicle.”  An RV is a motor vehicle or trailer that allows people to take home on the road; usually the RV is equipped with living space, cooking space and similar essentials that allow travelers to travel without checking into a hotel or… read more