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COVID-19

Posted on April 13, 2020 In The News

At Bye, Goff & Rohde, our first and top concern has always been the health and welfare of our clients. Because of this, we want to provide you with an update as to what we are doing in response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation. To ensure the safety of our employees and to do our… read more

Follow These Tips to Avoid a Serious Injury this Winter

Posted on January 15, 2020 Uncategorized

Winter storms are a common occurrence in the Midwest and should be taken seriously. While many people enjoy the snow and the winter activities associated with it, winter weather can be hazardous. It can cause serious injury accidents, including collisions on icy roads and slip-and-fall accidents. To protect yourself during the winter, consider the following… read more

Stay Safe This New Year’s Eve

Posted on December 30, 2019 General,Personal Injury,Vehicle Accidents

2020 is almost here! For many, this means one last bash before we start looking forward to our new year. Whatever your plans are to ring in 2020, the most important thing on New Year’s Eve is to have fun and stay safe.  So, how can you ensure that your New Year’s Eve doesn’t end… read more

Halloween is the Most Dangerous Night of the Year for Child Pedestrians

Posted on October 28, 2019 Uncategorized

For many children, Halloween is their favorite night of the year. They have planned their costumes and can’t wait to Trick-or-Treat. For kids, the night is all about fun and candy. However, there is a darker side to Halloween. On Halloween, the number of child pedestrian accident deaths is four times that of an average day…. read more

Keeping Your Teen Safe on the Road

Posted on October 20, 2019 Uncategorized,Vehicle Accidents

If you are the parent of a new driver, it can be very worrisome and restless when you know they are on the road. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as of 2016, six teenagers die every day in a motor vehicle crash and hundreds more are injured. It is the leading… read more

Statute of Limitations

Posted on October 10, 2019 FAQ,General

We understand that if you have been affected by an accident you have more immediate concerns – like obtaining proper medical care, keeping a job, or planning a loved one’s funeral. Understandably, if you have been injured, filing a lawsuit may not be your initial concern. But, it is also important to keep in mind… read more

What to Do if You Are Injured on Vacation

Posted on July 15, 2019 Personal Injury,You’re Injured, Now What?

Vacation season is well underway, and as much as you might not want to think about an accident happening while you are on vacation enjoying yourself, accidents can happen at any time and it is best to be prepared for any circumstance. Keep Detailed Records Take pictures of everything. If you were in a car… read more

Firework Safety Tips

Posted on July 1, 2019 Personal Injury

With Fourth of July just around the corner, many of us will celebrate with our family and friends. A lot of these celebrations include fireworks, and who doesn’t love fireworks on the Fourth of July? They are the perfect addition to any celebration and are considered a staple in Independence Day celebrations. However, it is… read more

Boating Safety Tips

Posted on June 17, 2019 Boating Injury,Personal Injury

It’s that time of year again when we head to the lakes, rivers and beaches to soak up some sun, relax and enjoy time with family. After long winters we are excited to get back out on the water but there are some things to remember before heading out if boating is part of your… read more

Farm Directly Affects Your Livelihood

Posted on June 3, 2019 Farm Accidents,Personal Injury

An Injury on Your Farm Directly Affects Your Livelihood In the Midwest, farming is a family tradition and a source of pride for many residents. For generations, farmers have worked hard to provide for their families and communities. However, farms can be dangerous places. Too often, the livelihood of farmers is jeopardized by an agricultural… read more