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Month: March 2014

How the Disappearing Jury Trial May Affect a Personal Injury Claim

Posted on March 28, 2014 General,In The News,Local News,Myth Debunker,State Law

In a recent article entitled, “The Disappearing Jury Trial:  Implications for the Justice System and Lawyers,” the State Bar of Wisconsin documented a continuing decline in the number of civil cases tried to juries in Wisconsin.  For example, in 2012, juries resolved less than three percent of civil personal injury cases in Wisconsin.  Several reasons… read more

How Soon Should I Settle My Personal Injury Claim?

Posted on March 19, 2014 General,Personal Injury

A person injured in an accident may have a claim to compensation for the injury.  The compensation will reflect an increased amount if the injury is medically likely to be permanent and to require future treatment. Often, insurance adjusters will ask the injured person to settle soon after the accident, with the hope that the… read more

River Falls High School Team Competed in State Mock Trial Tournament

Posted on March 11, 2014 General,In The News,Local News

The River Falls High School Mock Trial team competed in the State Mock Trial Tournament this past Sunday. The team won the Region 1 title in the regional mock trial competition held in Eau Claire, Wisconsin on February 8th. Mock trial students play the roles of both attorney and witness as they prepare a fictitious… read more

Don’t Forget the Price of Drunk Driving

Posted on March 4, 2014 Drunk Driving,In The News,Local News,Personal Injury,State Law,Vehicle Accidents,Winter Driving Safety

“Wisconsin has the highest rate of drunken driving in the nation,” begins an alert issued by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, citing a nationwide federal study.  In addition, the DOT noted that alcohol-related vehicular crashes caused 238 fatalities in a single year, and nearly 4,000 injuries. Winter road conditions compound the risk of serious injury… read more