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Month: October 2015

Determining Fault for a Car Accident

Posted on October 26, 2015 Car Accidents,Insurance Disputes,Local News,Myth Debunker,Personal Injury,Vehicle Accidents

Often insurance companies offer low or no settlements to persons injured in car accidents, claiming the injured person was at fault in causing the accident, either in whole or in part. The injured party need not accept the opinion of the insurance company but should contact an experienced personal injury lawyer for a fair and… read more

The American Museum of Tort Law is Open to the Public

Posted on October 21, 2015 In The News,Local News

The American Museum of Tort Law, which was developed by Ralph Nader, opened to the public in Winsted, Connecticut, on September 26, 2015. This unique museum focuses on the civil justice system and the evolution of tort law, which is the area of civil law dealing with personal injury actions. This museum seeks to increase… read more

Farm Accidents

Posted on October 13, 2015 Farm Accidents,General,In The News,Local News,Tractor Accidents

The Minneapolis Star-Tribune has begun an interesting multi-part series on the continuing dangers associated with family farms. While focusing on rural Minnesota farms, the issues are nonetheless equally relevant to Wisconsin farmers and Wisconsin farm employees.  The dangers associated with farming are well-known, but among the topics the article addresses is the fact that while… read more

“When Social Media and the Law Collide” from WAJ President Ann S. Jacobs

Posted on October 5, 2015 General,In The News,Local News

More and more often, people involved in personal injury cases are being asked to provide information from their social media accounts. Other claimants are finding that, if the privacy settings permit the public to access certain information, the defense already has photographs, comments, blogs, and other information that they will use to undermine a person’s… read more